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1882 

1798554 



REYNOLDS HISTORICAL 
GENEALOGY COLLECTION 



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ALLEN COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY 




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ADVERTISEMENTS. 



CUTTER & PARKER, 

Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 

a 




BLINDS, GLAZED WINDOWS, 

Door and Window Frames, 

BLIND FASTENINGS, ETC. 

23? & 234 Friend St., near E. R. R. Depot, Boston. 

Doors of every quality at the lowest 



benj. f. parkek. cash prices. 



PEVEAR & RUSSELL, 

(Successors to Royal Gilkey), 
DEALERS IN BEST QUALITIES 

Anthracite and Bituminous Goal, 

HARD AND SOFT WOOD, 

Hay, Straw, Brick, and Sand, 

A.ESEITAL STBEET, - - ■W-A.TIEie.TCrWIsr. 
Office, C . W. Berry's Store, Main Slreel. 

FRANCIS RUTTRICK, 

Dealer in and Manufacturer of all hinds of 



CLUMBER 

ALSO, PACKING BOXES MADE TO ORDER. 

planing anx» s.A.'wnxrcsv-. 

Yard, Pelton Street, near Moody Street, - - WALTHAM. 

West Newton Horse Cars pass near the yard* 

McLATJTHLIlSr & CO., 

STATIONERS AND PRINTERS, 

NO. 37 MAIN STREET, 

WATERTOWN, - - - MASS. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



DEALER IN 




BOSTON STORE 



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3E3SH03iT cSc CO., 

DEALERS IN 



LADIES' AND GENTS' FURNISHINGS, 

12 Elm Street, WALTHAM, M^lSS. 

SIX GOOD SHIRTS TO OUDKR FOR $9.0O. 

"wTbTknappT 



-MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN- 



Stoves, Furnaces i Ranges, 



Practical Plumber and Gas Fitter. 

Jobbing of all kinds promptly attended to. 

TIN, SHEET IRON, 

BRITANNIA I WOODEN WARE 

Copper, Iron, and Wooden 

PUMPS, 

Rams, Lead Pipe, Sheet Lead, 

ZINC, Etc., Etc. 

Pumps Set, Koofs Tinned, 

GUTTERS, CONDUCTORS, 

Ami Miovr Work Iflatle lo Order. 
All Work Warranted* 

m Main Street, WALTHAM, MASS. 




ADVERTISEMENTS. 



w«E3»«fcN h^T i i"~iS lECdgN T iT i» J"Jtc, 




HALL'S BLOCK, - - 78 MOODY STREET, 

W.A.LTIEI.iLIM:, MASS. 



CLARK, MAYNARD & CO., 

DEALERS IN 




Holland and Opaque Shades Made and Hung. Drapery Work a Specialty. 

MUSIC HALL BUILDING, ELM ST., WALTHAM, MASS. 



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ADVERTISEMENTS. 




THE 

NEW HUB RANGE! 

With Patent Reflex Crate. 

Has stood the Test of Years 
and is everywhere creating the 
Greatest Knthusiasni among 
our Housekeepers ! 

Its great popularity is due to its strik- 
ing improvements over other ranges. 
These improvements are all patented 
and are peculiar features of the New 
Hub. 

AMONG ITS SPECIALTIES ARE 

Steel Finished Edges and Pan* 

els, Oven Shelf tor Basting 

ifleatN, Ornamental High 

Shelf, JBlegant Cabinet 

K ase, 

Patent Double-Quick Damper, Patent Reflex Orate, Patent Hub 
Towel Dryer, and the Largest Oven Pelade, taking 8 Full 
Sized Pie Plates at a time. 
Those who believe the BEST is the CHEAPEST will give the New Hub the preference 
over all others. 

The NE W HUB is Manufactured by 

THE SMITH & ANTHONY STOVE COMPANY, 

52 and 54 Union Street, BOSTON, MASS., 

and is for sale by dealers everywhere. 
([^"•Catalogues and Prices mailed on application to the Manufacturers..^!} 

For Sale in WALTHAM by W. B. KNAPP. 

GILKEY & STONE, 

Dealers in and Manufacturers of all Kinds of 





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Arsenal, cor. Irving St., 

WATER TOWN, MASS. 



ADVERTISEMENTS 



AMERICAN WATCH T?OOIj OO. 

Manufacturers o±* THE WHITCOMB L A. T H IE 




FOLSOM'S BOSTON STORE, 

"W"_&.i/t:h:_a.:m:. 




€##1) 




At less than City Prices. 

In addition to the Largest Stock of T Dry Goods ever shown in 
this Town, we make a Specialty of 

CLOAKS | LADIES' COTTON UNDERWEAR, 

To all of which we invite your attention. An examination of 
this Stock is respectfully requested if for comparison only. 

GOODS SOLD AT ONE PRICE, 

and PERFECT SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. 

GEORGE O. POLSOM, 
3S"0. XOS MOODY s t jr. :e :ej t . 



"\*7\ -A.. GBEENOUGII Sz CO., 




31 Milk Street, Room 39, BOSTON 



SS «£«« *he Boston Bii sines* Directory, $1.50. Brockton City Dircc 
tory,$£.00. Haverhill City Directory, $1.00. fjewiston and Auburn 
Directory, $4.00. Natick Directory, $1 .50, &c, &c. 



ELMER LITTLEFIELD. 



JAMES E. HUNTRESS. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 




GEO. H. WHITFORD, 

PRACTICAL WATCH MAKER 

DEALER IN 

WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, 

SILVER WARE AND OPTICAL GOODS. 

A LARGE ASSORTMENT ASH LOWEST PRICES. 

WALTHAM WATCHES WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, 

As low as they can be purchased of any house in Boston or Waltham for goods of equal quality. 

OPTICAL" GOODS A SPECIALTY, ^^^^^Ss^^^^g^ 

Agent for Dr. LeMare's Celebrated £m§rf^ 1 '' llSPl vb gf . JZ^l^f ^JsP 3^]ffi 
Rock Crystal, and the Arundel Tinted >^t^^^fe^^/^^^ ^^\^ 
Spectacles and Eye Glasses. ^ ^TY , , 7?f^ ^ ^-^T" ""^^ 

The Rock Crystal are the Finest White Lenses made, very hard and brilliant. The Arundel 
Tinted, or Violet Tint, are designed for Weak Eyes, where there is smarting or a disagreeable 
sensation. Eyes examined by the most approved Optometers, and a perfect fit guaranteed. 

Personal attention given to Repairing Fine Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Spectacles, etc. 

Whitford Building, 363 MAIN ST., WALTHAM, MASS. 

G-EO. WOOLLEY, 

DEALER IN 

BOOKS 9 STATIONERY, 

CUTLERY, TOILET ARTICLES, ETC., 
WHITFORD BUILDING, MAIN ST, 



DIRECTORY. 



OF THE 



INHABITANTS, INSTITUTIONS, 

MANUFACTURING ESTABLISHMENTS, SOCIETIES, 

BUSINESS, BUSINESS FIRMS, STATE 

CENSUS, ETC., ETC., 



IN THE TOWNS OF 



WALTHAM M WATFMM 



FOR 




W. A. GREENOUGH & CO., 

COMPILERS AND PUBLISHERS, 

31 MILK STREET, BOSTON". 



WALTHAM: 



Sold by GEORGE WOOLLEY, 363 Main Street. 



PBIOB, 



S1-50. 



Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1882, by W. A. Greenough & 
> Co., in the office of the Librarian of Congress at Washington. 



10 ADVERTISEMENT. 



CATALOGUE 



ISSUED BY 

W. ^. GREENOUGH & CO. 

♦ 

American Railway Manual and Supply Directory $4.00 

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Biddeford and Saco Directory 1.50 

Boston Business Directory (annually) 1.50 

Boston & Maine Railroad Business Directory 2.50 

Boston and Providence Railroad Directory 2.50 

Brockton and Bridgewaters Directory 2.00 

Brookline Directory 1.50 

Cambridge City Directory (annually) , 2.50 

Concord City Directory 1.50 

Eastern and Maine Central Railroads Business Directory 2.50 

Haverhill City Directory , . . . 2.00 

Lewiston and Auburn Directory 2.00 

Maiden and Everett Directory 2.00 

Massachusetts Cities Business Directory 2.50 

Merrimack River Directory 2.00 

Milford Directory 1.50 

Nashua City Directory , . . 2.00 

Natick Directory 1.50 

New Bedford City Directory 2.00 

Portland Directory (annually) (in company with B. Thurston & Co., 

Portland) 2.00 

Portsmouth City Directory , .... 1.50 

Rockland, Belfast, and Camden Directory , 2.00 

Somerville City Directory , 2.00 

United States Iron, Hardware, and Metal Trades Directory , 5.00 

Waltham and Watertown Directory 1.50 

Boston Street and Avenue Directory 10 

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PUBLICATION OFFICE, 

Bowdoin Building, 31 Milk Street, Room 39, BOSTON, 

"Use tlie Elevator. 

Portland Office, 97 1-2 Exchange Street, Eoom 2, 
W. A. GREENOUGH & C0. 9 Editors and Publishers. 



_ Directories of the Principal Cities of the United States kept on 
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1798554 

PREFACE. 



In presenting to the publie a new Directory of Waltham 
and Watertown, and No. 6 of the regular series, it has been our 
aim to furnish our patrons with a book of reference, distinguished 
for its fulness, correctness, and typographical beauty. 

The thriving manufacturing towns here represented, continue 
to gain in population and business importance, and it is but rea- 
sonable to predict that in no distant future they may develop such 
business resources and population as to follow the example of 
other large and growing communities, in assuming a city form of 
government, and will find an annual Directory needful to repre- 
sent their population and business interests. 

All towns at the present day of any considerable importance 
and population, find a good Directory a great convenience to both 
citizens, and visitors who are constantly resorting to its pages for 
information of some kind. Orders not unfrequently come to us 
for our directories from distant parts of the country, indicating 
that their circulation is not limited to the localities they represent. 

The attention of persons using the Directory is especially 
directed to the importance of knowing the exact spelling of a 
name before looking for it, as names pronounced the same are 
frequently spelled in different ways, and appear on different pages 
remote from each other. 

1880. 1882. Increase. 

Names in Waltham, 4,346 4,720 374 

Names in Watertown, 2,084 2,191 107 



Total, 6,430 6,911 481 

Thanking the community sincerely for the uniform courtesy and 
assistance extended to enr agents while obtaining the requisite 
information for the present number, 

We remain respectfully, 

W. A. GREENOUGH & CO., 

Editors and Publishers. 
October, 1882. 



12 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



E © TABLISHED 1835 




ADAMS & ILSLEY, 

(Successors to John B. Baker & Co.)» 

150 TREMONT STREET, 

Manufacturers of the CELEBRATED 

BAKER HARNESS, 

LADIES' & GENTS' RIDING SADDLES & BRI- 
DLES, SOLID SOLE LEATHER TRUNKS & 
BAGS a Specialty, HORSE CLOTHING & 

stable furnishing goods, &c, 

150 t:r:e:]vi:o:£tt st., ibostoinv 

Frank Adams. Daniel JP. Ilsley. 



SWA.TN, EARLE & CO., 

Manufacturers of 

COFFEES, SPICES AND CHOCOLATE. 



IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF 



T©as atndl Fan@| (BrooerlMi 

63 and 65 COUIUIERCIAIi STREET, ) PACTUM 

Factory, 5 aud 7 MERCANTILE ST., J -DU8 JL V/ll • 

F. D. Maynard. T. S. Swain. E. B. Earle, 



MASSACHUSETTS CITIES DIRECTORY, 

IFCCR, 1883. 

Comprising- a Business Directory of Twenty-ore Cities, each 

one complete in itself; Express List, Etc., Etc.; also, a 

Business Directory of All Towns having over Five 

Thousand Population ; and a complete Business 

Directory of Providence, JR. I. 

W. A. GREENOUGH & CO., 

31 Milk Street, - - - BOSTON".! 



CONTENTS 



PAGE 

Abbreviations 28 and 203 

American Legion op Honor, Waltham 192 

American Legion of Honor, Watertown 286 

Ancient Order of Hibernians, Waltham 195 

Ancient Order of United Workmen, Waltham 193 

Banks, Waltham 154 

Banks, Watertown 268 

Blocks, Buildings, etc., Waltham 24 

Blocks, Buildings, Halls, etc., Watertown 202 

Business Directory, Waltham .' 153 

Business Directory, Watertown 267 

Business Directory of Patrons 17 

Cemeteries, Waltham 25 

Cemeteries, Watertown. 202 

Churches, Waltham 188 

Chubches, Watertown 284 

Fire Department, Waltham — 182 

Fire Department, Watertown 282 

Grand Army of the Republic, Waltham 192 

Grand Army of the Republic, Watertown 286 

Index to Advertisements 15 

Justices of the Peace, Waltham . 198 

Justices of the Peace, Watertown 288 

Knights of Honor, Waltham 192 

Knights of Honor, Watertown 287 

Masonic, Waltham 190 

Masonic, Watertown 285 

Military, Waltham 194 

Miscellaneous, Watertown 287 

Notaries Public, Waltham 198 

Notaries Public, Watertown , 288 

Odd Fellows, Waltham 191 

Odd Fellows, Watertown 286 

Post Office, Waltham 197 

Post Office, Watertown 28S 

Public Library, Waltham 1S8 

Public Library, Watertown 287 

Public Schools, Waltham 185 

Public Schools, Watertown 282 

Railroad Stations, etc., Waltham 25 

Railroad Stations, etc., Watertown 202 

Royal Arcanum, Waltham 191 

Societies, Waltham 195 

State Census of Massachusetts 289 

Streets, Waltham 21 

Streets, Watertown 200 

Temperance Societies, Waltham 193 

Town Officers, Waltham 181 

Town Officers, Watertown 281 

United Order of Pilgrim Fathers, Waltham 192 

Waltham Directory 27 

Watertown Directory 203 



14 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



COMMUNITY PILLS, 

Being composed in part of 

CHAMOMILE AND CELERY, 

ARE PARTICULARLY EFFICACIOUS IN THE TREATMENTOF 
DISEASES OF THE BRAIN, NERVES AND STOMACH. 



And are an Infallible cure 
for Nervous and Bilious Head- 
ache, Dyspepsia, Indigestion, 
Epilepsy, Incipient Paralysis, 
Sleeplessness, Hypochondria, 
Etc. 



A box of 33 pills for 25 
cents, or 5 boxes for $1.00, 
mailed postpaid to any ad- 
dress, by 

STEVENS & COMPANY, 

General A.gts., 

BOSTON, - - - MASS. 



Fifteen Reasons why the Community Pills are the Best, 



1. Because they cure Headache. 

2. Because they cure Nervousness. 

3. Because they cure Hysteria and Sleeplessness. 

4. Because they cure Incipient Paralysis. 

5. Because they cure pain at the Base of the Brain. 

6. Because they restore waste of Brain Power. 

7. Because they purify and cleanse the Blood. 

8. Because they give a ravenous appetite. 

9. Because they cure Dyspepsia. 

10. Because they cure Liver Complaint. 

11. Because they cure Kidney Difficulties. 

12. Because they cure Female Diseases. 

13. Because they remove Pimples and Face Grubs. 

14. Because they cure Humors and Boils. 

15. Because they make one Cheerful and Happy. 



E®-SEND FOE BOOK OF TESTIMONIALS AND OTOE 1 ?.-®!! 

THE COMMUNITY PILLS ARE THE BEST A ND EASI- 
EST PHYSIC. W ARRANTED TO CURE HEA DA CM TN 
HAL E AN HOU R. 

A Box of 33 Sugar Coated Pills for 25 Cts. 



QQMM UNITY 
PILLS 



FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS 



INDEX. 



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INDEX TO WALTHAM ADVERTISEMENTS. 



PAGE 

American Watch Tool Co 7 

Anderson Bros., carriage mnf rs 297 

Atwood E. jr., carpenter and builder. . .305 
Barry E. L., prop. Waltham Record. . . .303 
Boston Manufacturing Co., Edmund 

Dwiglit, treasurer 302 

Boston & Waltham Clothing Co., W. C. 

Brown, manager 308 

Buttrick Francis, lumber 3 

Carney & Son, coal and wood 306 

Clark, Maynard & Co., dry goods 5 

Davis & Farnum Mnfg. Co., gas and 

water pipes 308 

Deshon F. O. & Co., dry goods 4 

Fiel Geo. T., crockery, glassware, etc.. .296 
Fisher W. L. & Co., newspapers, period- 
icals, etc 303 

Flagg Bros., wagon mnfrs 304 

Folsom George C, dry goods 7 

Fraser Kate M., confectioner 309 

Frost G. F., coal ..295 

Gibbs & Co., Waltham & Boston Ex.. . .296 

Gill R. M., granite 306 

Goodnow Wm. & Son., Crosby Invalid 

Bed 299 

Graves P. H. & Son, furniture 307 

Green John A., horse shoeing 305 

Hall Charles jr., plumber and gas fitter. 5 

Hall Henry C, apothecary front cover 

Hamlin E. L., surgeon dentist 300 

Harrington & Parks, real estate agents. 299 

Hays W. W., concrete paver 310 

Higgins A., provisions. 307 

Hunnewell Wm. A., F. P. Rutter, agent, 

coal, wood, etc front cover 

James Algernon, baker. 301 

Kendall F. E. & Co., hardware. front cover 
Kilburn J. H., house and sign painting. 300 

Knapp W. B., stoves 4 

Lane & Poole, house painters 301 

Martin L. W., carpenter 298 

McParland & Co., provisions 301 

McWain C. W., cigars, etc 310 

Miller John G., carpenter and builder. .305 



PAGE 

Moor E. D., carpenter 295 

Noble J. P., watchmaker and optician. .300 

North F. E., photographer 300 

Packard C. S., building mover and ice 

dealer 308 

Phinney Nathaniel G., publisher Wal- 
tham Free Press 295 

Priest H. E., flour, grain, etc 296 

Prospect House, W. J. Richardson, prop. 298 

Rand & Dutch, provisions 299 

Rice Calvin, provisions 306 

Ring Charles W., harnesses, trunks, etc. 

back cover 
Shedd George F., steam engine mnfr. . .297 

Stark John, watchmakers' tools 300 

Stickney R. & Son, stoves 297 

Taylor Geo. D., carpenter and builder. .295 

Taylor James M. , provisions 4 

Temple T. W., d.d.s., dentist . .back cover 

Therrein John Dr. phvsician 307 

Trofatter C. H., steam"and gas fitter. . . .298 

Tucker Amasa, cabinet work 306 

Varum E. P., harness maker 305 

Viles Daniel F., insurance agent 314 

Waltham Bleachery, Edmund Dwight, 

treasurer. 302 

Waltham Df e House 301 

Waltham Free Press, Nathaniel B. Phin- 
ney, publisher 295 

Waltham National Bank 303 

Waltham Record, E. L. Barry, prop. . .303 
Waltham Steam Laundry, Thorp & Rog- 
ers, proprietors back cover 

Waltham Watch Tool Co 300 

Waltham & Boston Ex., Weeks & Co.. .304 
Warren Mrs. Georgia A., pianos and 

organs 302 

Webster W. A., photographer.. front cover 
Whelon John H., painter and paper 

hanger 301 

Whitford Geo. H., watches and jewelry. 8 
Whitney Charles A., sawing, planing, 

and turning 295 

Woolley George, stationery 8 



INDEX TO WATERTOWN ADVEETISEIENTS. 



PAGE 

Boston & Watertown Clothing House, 

F. A. Brown, manager 312 

Collins & Co., wall paper back cover 

Gilkey & Stone, lumber 6 

Gleason S. S., publisher Watertown En- 
terprise 310 

Gleason & Co., auctioneers 310 

Gregg Alexander, undertaker 310 

Howes' Cash Store, George E. Howes, 

manager . . 312 

Ingraham W. H., insurance agent 314 

Le wan do's French Dye Works 2 



PAGE 

McLauthlin & Co., stationers 3 

Perkins W. H., flour, grain, etc 312 

Pevear & Russell, coal . 3 

Pinkham I. W 31 1 

Plaisted & Eames. provisions 311 

Tarlton Geo. H.,watchmaker and jeweler309 

Treat W. W., florist 311 

Tripp D. F., concrete paving 310 

Watertown Enterprise, S. S. Gleason 

publisher 310 

Whiting Moses, carpenter and builder. .311 
Woodward James B., apothecary 307 



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INDEX. 



INDEX TO 

BOSTON, CAMBRIDGE, AND NEWTON ADVERTISEMENTS. 



PAGE 

Adams & Ilsley, harnesses, etc 12 

Akeley & Co., bitters back cover 

American Iron Post and Construction 

Co 316 

Bradstreet Wm. D. & Co front cover 

Brooks W. P. B. , furniture 26 

Carrier S. F., plumber, Newton 11 

Cassidy John E., liquors, wines, eto 37 

Clark Mnfg. Co., harnesses, etc 2 

Corse & Smith, upholstery goods 314 

Crafts & Co., drugs, medicines, etc 314 

Cutter & Parker, doors, sashes and 

blinds 3 

Dennison Mnfg. Co., tags and labels.. . .313 
Doe, Hunnewell & Co., furniture mnfrs. 

front cover 

Eddy C. F. & Co., coal, wood, etc 

front cover 

Faith Whitcomb Co., medicines 14 

French A. & Co., crockery, china, and 

glass ware opp. page 106 

Gibbs & Co., Waltham Express 296 



PAGE 

Gerrish Thos. G., bitters ninfr., Lowell. 

opp. page 107 
Gooeh J. G. & N. G., lumber. . .back cover 
Greenough W. A. & Co., directory pub- 
lishers 7, 26, 312, 317 

Hawley F. A. & Co., bankers. . .front cover 

Lees Gas Governor Co back cover 

Lewando's French Dye House 2 

New England Conservatory of Music. . .186 
Smith B. F., artesian well sinker, front cover 
Smith & Anthony Stove Co., stoves, etc. 6 
Story & Wilbur, roofing materials, etc. 

opp. page 107 
Swain, Earle & Co., teas and fancy 

groceries 12 

Waltham Bleachery and Dye Works, 

Edmund Dwight, treasurer , 302 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., iron and 

steel wire, Worcester 315 

Wellington Horatio & Co., coal 2 

Whitcomb A. G., school-house furniture 
and settees. 317 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY OF PATRONS. 



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Business Directory of Patrons in other Cities. 



Artesian Well Sinker. 

Smith B. F., 3 Tremont row, room 14, and 
266 Washington, room 3, Boston (see 
front cover) 



Bale Ties. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
" ' 3. (see page 315) 



Bankers* 

Bradstreet William D. & Co., 282 Washing- 
ton, Boston (see front cover) 

Hawley F. A. & Co., 84 Devonshire and 20 
Water Boston (see front cover) 



Barb Fencing. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co. 
315) 



Worcester, 



Bitters Mnfr. 



Akeley & Co., City square, Charlestown 
(see back cover) 

Gerrish Thomas G., 126 Pawtucket, Low- 
ell (see page opp. 107) 

Braziers' Bods. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see page 315) 

Broom Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see page 315) 



Card Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see page 315) 

Cement, Elastic. 

Story & Wilbur, 529 Commercial, Boston 
(see opp. page 107) 

Clothes Line Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see page 315) 

Coal and Wood. 

Eddy C. F. & Co., Washington, West New- 
ton (see front cover) ' 

Wellington Horatio, 11 Kilby, Boston (see 
page 2) 

Conservatory of Music. 

New England Conservatory of Music, E. 
Tourjee, director, Franklin sq., Boston 
(see page 186) 



Cordials. 

Gerrish Thomas G., 126 Pawtucket, Low- 
ell (see page opp. 107) 



Corset Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co. 
Mass. (see page 315) 



Worcester, 



Cotton Cloth and Hosiery Ulnfrs. 

Boston Mnfg. Co., Edmund Dwight, treas., 
60 State, Boston (see page 302) 

Waltham Bleachery <&• Dye Works, Ed- 
mund Dwight, treas., 60 State, Boston 
(see page 302) 



Crinoline Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see page 315) 

Crockery, China and Glass Ware. 

French, Abram & Co., 89 to 93 Franklin, 
Boston (see opp. page 106) 



Decorators. 

Corse & Smith, 181 Washington, Boston 
(see page 314) 



Boors, Sashes, Blinds, Etc. 

Cutter & Parker, 71 and 73 Portland, Bos- 
ton (see page 3) 



Brugs, Medicines, Etc. 

Crafts & Co., 148 Commercial, Boston (see 
page 314) 



Bye House. 

Lewando's French Dye House, 17 Temple 
place, Boston (see page 2) 



Express. 

Gibbs & Co., 200 Franklin, 34 Court square 
and 25 Merchants row, Boston (see p. 296) 



Feltings, Bosin-sized, 
Tarred. 



Bry and 



Story & Wilbur, 529 Commercial, Boston 
(see opp. page 107) 

Fence Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see page 315) 



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BUSINESS DIEECTORT OF PATRONS. 



Brooks W. 
page 26) 



Furniture. 

P. B., 151 Hanover, Boston (see 



Furniture Manufacturers. 

Doe, Hunnewell & Co., 577 and 579 "Wash- 
ington, Boston (see front cover) 

Furniture Spring Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see page 315) 

Galvanized Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see page 315) 

Gas Governor*. 

Lees Gas Governor Co., 77 A Milk, Boston 
(see back cover) 

Glass (Window). 

Crafts & Co., 148 Commercial, Boston (see 
page 314) 

Harnesses and Saddlery. 

Adams & Ilsley, 150 Tremont, Boston (see 

page 12) 
Clark Mnfg. Co., corner Washington and 

Watertown, West Newton (see page 2) 

Hay Bale Ties. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see page 315) 

Iron Posts. 

Atnerican Iron Post and Construction Co., 
31 Milk, Boston (see page 316) 

Iron and Steel Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see page 315) 



Iron Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co. 
Mass. (see page 315) 



Worcester, 



Jeweler*' and Druggists' JBoxes. 

Dennison Mnfg. Co., 21 Milk, Boston (see 
page 313) 

Lime and Cement. 

Gooch J. G. & N. G., Western avenue, 
Brighton (see back cover) 

Wellington Horatio & Co., 11 Kilby, Bos- 
ton (see page 2) 

Liquor*, Wines, Etc. 

Cassidy John E., 47 to 53 Broad, Boston 
(see page 317) 



Lumber. 

Gooch J. G. & N. G., Western av. 
tou (see back cover) 



Brigh- 



Machinery Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see page 315) 



Manufacturing Companies. 

Boston Manufacturing Company, Edmund 
Dwight. treas., 60 State, Boston (see page 
302) 

Waltham Bleachery and Dye Works, Ed- 
mund Dwight, treas., 60 State, Boston 
(see page 302) 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see page 315) 



Market Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., 
Mass. (see page 315) 



Worcester, 



Medicines. 

Faith Whitconib Co. (Community Pills), 
Stevens & Co., gen. agts., Boston (see 
page 14) 

Gerrish Thomas G., 126 Pawtucket, Lowell 
(see opp. page 107) 

Merchandise Tags and Labels. 

Dennison Mnfg. Co., 21 Milk, Boston (ses" 
page 313) 

Metallic Posts. 

American Iron Post and Construction Co., 
31 Milk, Boston (see page 316) 



Music School. 

New England Conservatory of Music, E. 
Tourjee, Director, Franklin square, Bos- 
ton (see page 186) 

Music Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see page 315) 



Needle Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., 
Mass. (see page 315) 



Worcester, 



Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Etc. 

Crafts & Co., 148 Commercial, Boston (see 
page 314) 



Paper Boxes, 

Dennison Mnfg. Co., 21 Milk, Boston (see 
page 313) 

Paper Hangings. 

Corse & Smith, 181 Washington, Boston 
(see page 314) 

Patent Medicines. 

Faith Whitcomb Co. (Community Pills), 
Stevens & Co., general agents, Boston 
(see page 14) 

Gerrish Thomas G., 126 Pawtucket, Lowell 
(see opp. page 107) 

Publishers. 

Greenough W. A. & Co., 31 Milk, room 
39, Boston (see pages 7, 26, 312, 317) 

Rivet Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see page 315) 



BUSINESS DIEECTOET OP PATEONS. 



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Rolling Mill*. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see page 315) 

Roofing (Slate). 
Story & Wilbur, 529 Commercial, Boston 
(see opp. page 107) 

Round I ron. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see page 315) 

School House Furniture. 

Whitcomb A. Gf., 73 Fulton, Boston (see 
317) 



Settees. 

Whitcomb A. G-., 73 Fulton, Boston (see 
page 317) 

Shipping and merchandise Tags. 

Dennison Mnfg. Co., 21 Milk, Boston (see 
page 313) 

Slate Dealers. 

Story & Wilbur, 529 Commercial, Boston 
(see opp. page 107) 

Slating Tools and Nails. 

Story & Wilbur, 529 Commercial, Boston 
(see opp. page 107) 



Spring Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see page 315) 

Stationers' Specialties. 

Dennison Mnfg. Co., 21 Milk, Boston (see 
page 313) 

Steel Barb Fencing. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see page 315) 

Steel Drill Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see page 315) 

Steel Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcesetr, 
Mass. (.see page 315) 



Stone Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see page 315) 

Stoves. 

Smith & Anthony Stove Co., 52 and 54 
Union, Boston (see page 6) 

Tags (Shipping). 

Dennison Mnfg. Co., 21 Milk, Boston (see 
page 313) 

Teas and Fancy Groceries. 

Swain, Earle & Co., 63 and 65 Commercial 
Boston (see page 12) 

Telegraph and Telephone Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see page 315) 

Tinned Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see page 315) 

Tissue Papers. 

Dennison Mnfg. Co., 21 Milk, Boston (see 
page 313) 

Upholstering Goods. 

Corse & Smith, 181 Washington, Boston 
(see page 314) 

Doe, Hunnewell & Co., 577 and 579 Wash- 
ington, Boston (see front cover) 



Watch Springs. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see page 315) 

Weaving Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see page 315) 

Window Shades. 

Corse & Smith, 181 Washington, Boston 
(see page 314) 

Wire. 

Washburn & Moen Mnfg. Co., Worcester, 
Mass. (see page 315) 



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STREETS, PLACES, ETC , IN WALTHAM. 21 



STREETS, PLACES, ETC., IN WALTHAM, 






Acorn, from Oak to Bolton 

Adams, from Crescent, n. Spruce, to Crescent, n. Moody 

Adams avenue, from Moody, near Newton line, to West 

Newton line 
Alder, from Moody to Beech 
Ash, from Moody to Crescent 
Bacon, from Main to Lexington 
Beaver, from Lexington to Warren 
Beech, from High to Myrtle 
Benefit, from Newton, opposite Calvary, to F. R. R.,Wa- 

tertown Branch 
Boland, from Oak, near Acorn 
Bolton, from Newton, south side 
Bow, from North, near Lexington, to North 
Brook, from Lincoln to Lincoln line 
Brown, from Moody to Crescent 
Brown's lane, from Charles, near Harvard, to Felton 
Calvary, from Newton to Far well, at Newton line 
Carter, from Elm, next F. R. R. depot, to Moody 
Cedar, from Calvary to High 
Central, from Newton to Elm 
Charles, from Moody, near F. R. R., to South 
Cherry, from Moody to Crescent 
Chestnut, from Crescent to Newton 
Chestnut place, from Chestnut, near Moody 
Church, from Main to Lyman 
Church street avenue, from Church to School 
Clinton, from Newton, south side, to Day 
Common, from Main to School 
Common street place, from Common, near Main 
Cranberry, from High to Newton line 
Crescent, from Moody, opposite Pine, to Moody, opposite 

Derby, near Newton line 
Cross, from Main to Central 
Curve, from Lexington to Lincoln 
Cushing. from Moody to Hall 
Cutter, from Newton to Cedar 
Dale, from Lexington, across Bacon 
Dana, from Lowell to Gardner 
Day, from Clinton to Bolton 



22 STREETS, PLACES, ETC., IN WALTHAM. 

Derby, from Moody, near Newton line, opp. Crescent, to 

Newton line 
East Ash, from Moody, opposite Ash 
East Brown, from Moody, opposite Brown 
Elm, from Main, opp. Church, to River, n. F. R. R. depot 
Exchange, from Central House, Main, to Pond 
Farwell, from River, near the bleachery, to Newton line, 

at Calvary 
Felton, from Moody, near F. R. R., to the town farm 
Fen-en, from Felton, near Prospect, to F. R. R. 
Fiske avenue, from Weston, above South 
Flood, from John to Calvary 
Floyd, from Russell to Charles 
Forest, from Beaver to North 
Foundry avenue, from Willow, near River, to Davis and 

Farnum's iron foundry 
Fountain, from Charles to Felton 
Friend, from Calvary to John 
Gardner, from High, to Pine 
Gilead avenue, from Spruce to Moody 
Gordon, from Moody to Hall 
Gore, from Main to Grove 
Grant, from Charles to School 
Grove, from Main, near F. R. R., Beaver Brook station, 

to Pleasant, Watertown 
Hall, from Pine to High 

Hammond, from Main, nearly opposite Prospect 
Harvard, from Main to Charles 
Harvard avenue, from Harvard to Grant 
Heard, from Main, opposite Lyman, to Central 
High, from Moody to Newton line 
Jackson, from Central to River 
John, from Moore to Calvary cemetery 
Lake, from Lexington to Lincoln 
Lexington, from Main to Lexington line 
Liberty, from 255 Main to School 
Lincoln, from Lexington to Lincoln line 
Linden, from Main, near Beaver Brook station, F. R. R., 

to Beaver 
Locust, from Winter to Winter, near West 
Lowell, from Pine to High 
Lowell street place, from Lowell, near Pine 
Lyman, from 217 Main to Beaver 
Main, from Watertown line to Weston line 
Maple, from Moody to Crescent 
Mechanic, from Charles to Felton 
Middle, from Common, near Main, to Spring 
Moody, from Main, near Eagle block, to city of Newton 
Moore, from Calvary to John 



STEEETS, PLACES, ETC., IN WALTHAM. 23 

Mt. Pleasant, rear Church 

Mt. Pleasant court, from 42 School 

Myrtle, from Moody to Beech 

New Grove, from Newton to Grove 

Newton, from 190 Main to High 

North, from Lincoln St., n. Lincoln line, to Belmont line 

Oak, from Newton, opposite Taylor, to Moore 

Orange, from Moody to Crescent 

Park place, from Church, near Main, to School 

Parker's lane, from Willow, near River 

Pine, from Newton to Moody 

Pleasant, from opposite 192 Main to Summer 

Plympton, from Bacon, between Pond and Dale 

Pond, from Lexington to Bacon 

Prospect, from Main, across Charles, to F. R. R. 

Prospect lane, from Main, near Weston 

Prospect place, from Prospect, near Charles 

Quince, from Beaver, near Fitchburg railroad, to North 

River, from Moody to Watertown line 

River avenue, rear 17 River 

Robbins, from Moody, above Brown, to Crescent 

Russell, from Harvard to South 

School, from Bacon to Lyman 

Smith, from Lincoln to Lexington line 

South, from Weston, near Main, to Auburndale line 

South Harvard, from Felton to F. R. R. 

Spring, from Main to School 

Spruce, from Crescent to Moody 

Summer, from Lexington to Pleasant 

Summer street avenue, from Summer, opp. Warren av. 

Sun, from Ferren, hear Felton 

Taylor, from Moody to Newton 

Union, from Gordon to Taylor 

Vernon, from Prospect to South 

Walnut, from Moody to Crescent 

Warren, from Main to Watertown line 

Warren avenue, from Summer to Church 

Water, from Charles, near Moody to Felton 

West, from Winter to Weston line 

Weston, from Main, near South, to Stony Brook 

Williams, from Charles to F. R. R. 

Willow, from River to Main 

Winter, from Lincoln, above Curve, to Lincoln line 



24 BLOCKS, BUILDINGS, ETC., IN WALTHAM. 



BLOCKS, HALLS, BUILDINGS, ETC., IN 
WALTHAM. 



Adams building, Main, corner Church 

Almshouse, South 

Armory Hall, Main, near Spring 

Bacon's block, Moody, near Spruce 

Central block, Main, near Church 

Charles A. Welch Hall, Moody, corner Charles 

Conley's block, Moody, corner Crescent 

Dix block, Moody, south end of the bridge 

Donahoe's block, Main, near Spring 

Eagle block, Main, near Common 

Exchange Hall, Main, corner Spring 

Glidden's block, Moody, corner Spruce 

Goodnow's block, Main, opposite Spring 

Granite block, rear Townsend block, Main 

Granite Hall, Granite block, Main 

Greeley's block, Main, corner Spring 

Hall's block, Moody, corner Gordon 

Hall's building, Crescent, corner Moody 

Hastings block, 228 Main 

Lawrence block, Main, corner Common 

Massosit Hall, South Side 

Music Hall, 22 Elm 

Music Hall block, 20, 22 and 24 Elm 

Odd Fellows Hall, 361 Main 

Police station, Lexington, near School 

Pope & Whitney's block, 311 and 313 Main 

Post-office, Rumford building, Main 

Pratt's building, Moody, near Taylor 

Priest's building, 355 Main 

Prospect block, Main, near Spring 

Public Library, Moody, corner Charles 

Roberts Hall, Main, nearly opposite Spring 

Rumford building, Main, corner Elm 

Rumford Hall, Main, corner Elm 

School Committee's office, High school building, Church 

Selectment and Assessors office, Bank building, Main 

Shepherd's block, Moody, near Spruce 

Smyth's block, Moody, corner Spruce 

Stearns & Crehore block, Main, opposite Moody 

Townsend's block, Main, near Church 

Waltham National Bank building, Main, cor. Lexington 

Whitford's block, Main, near Lexington 

Whitford's building, Main, near Common 



CEMETERIES, ETC., IN WALTHAM. 25 



CEMETERIES. 



Calvary (Catholic), Calvary, near Chemistry station 
Church street (Catholic), Church, near Main 
Grove Hill, Main, near Beaver Brook station 
Mt. Feake, South, near Roberts' crossing 



RAILROAD STATIONS, ETC. 



Beaver Brook Statiori, Joseph M. Stevens, station agent 
Bleachery station, Frank R. Beckwith, station agent 
Calvary street crossing, James Amrock, flagman 
Chemistry station, Peter McVey, station agent 
Clematis Brook station, Beaver, Samuel N. Cushing, 

station agent 
Maine Central station, Lexington, near Summer, John 

Trefry, station agent 
Pine street crossing, Michael Connelly, flagman 
Waltham station, Elm, John R. O'Connell, station agent, 

Charles J. Maloney, baggage-master 



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1JJMITEB STATES 
IBOU, EC .A. IR/.ID W A IR, IE 

AND 

METAL TRADES 

DIRECTORY, 1883, NO. 3, 

COMPRISING A COMPLETE LIST OF THE 

Manufacturers, Importers, Wholesale and Retail Dealers, 

Commission Merchants, Brokers, and Artisans in all 

the Baser Metals, and all Goods Manufactured 

from them in the United States and Territories. 

PRICE, $6.00. 

W. A. GREENOUGH & CO., Editors & Publishers, 

BOWDOIN BUILDING, 31 MILK ST., 
ZBOSTOnST, IMI.A.SS. 



¥ALTHAM 

DIRECTORY, 



1882. 



ABBREVIATIONS USED IN THIS DIRECTORY. 

Ab., above; agt, agent; asst., assistant; av , avenne; b. or bds , boards; 
bet., between; bldg., building; blk., block; (B.), Boston; B. Mnfg. Co., Boston 
Manufacturing Co.; com. mer., commission merchant; c. or cor., corner; ct., 
court; F. R. R., Fitchburg Railroad ; h., house; lab., laborer; mkr., maker; 
mnfr., manufacturer; n. or nr., near; opp., opposite; pi., place; P. O., Post- 
office; pres., president; r., rear; rd., road; Rev., l-everend; sec, secre- 
tary; sq., square; st., street; supt., superintendent; treas., treasurer; 
U. S. A., United States Army; U. S. N , United States Navy; whf., wharf; 
whol., wholesale; wid., widow. 

Wliere the name of a corporation, factory or firm appears immediately after 
the name, it indicates the place of business. After the name of the street the 
word street is omitted. 



ABBOTT CLARA MISS, boards 314 Main 

Abbott Leonora M., widow of Timothy B., nurse, house 

rear Taylor, near Moody 
Abbott Olive, widow of John, house 314 Main 
Abbott Win. H., at bleachery, house Taylor, n. Moody 
Adams Ann B., widow of Horatio, house 37 Lyman 
Adams Benj.Faneuil D., physician, h. Lyman, opp. School 
Adams Ernest T., milk driver, boards 336 Main 
Adams Everett D., at American Watch Co., house Elm, 

opposite F. R. R. depot 
Adams Frank E., at American Watch Co., house Rob- 
bins, near Moody [ams, c. Orange 
Adams George H., at American Watch Co., house Ad- 
Adams George W., at American Watch Co*, boards E. 

Rose's, High 
Adams Helen M. Mrs., dressmaker, h. E. Ash, c. Moody 
Adams House, Adams, c. Maple, Sabra N. Robbins, prop. 
Adams John, printer (Washington, corner Winship 

place, Brighton), boards Mrs. FarwelPs, South 
Adams John Q., farmer, boards Stephen Adams', oft' Main, 
above Weston 
2 



28 WALTHAM [A] DIKECTORY. 

Adams Laura A., widow of John M., house 97 Crescent 

ADA31S MA1VLEY U., agent Boston Manufactur- 
ing Co., house Moody, opposite Charles 
Adams M. Fannie, teacher Intermediate South grammar 

school, rooms 17 Crescent 
Adams Oliver E., boards 97 Crescent 
Adams Samuel M., carpenter, house Plympton, n. Bacon 
Adams Simeon, at American Watch Co., rooms Hall, cor. 

Gordon 
Adams Stephen, farmer, house off Main, above Weston 
Adams Stephen jr., boards Stephen Adams', off Main 
Adams Wm. A., foreman Win. H. Leatherbee & Son, 

house Cross, near Main 
Affleck Geo. D., at American Watch Co., h. 55 Brown 
Agnew Catharine, widow, house Felton, corner Fountain 
Albro Annie E. Miss, boards 78 School 
Albro Elizabeth S., widow of John A., house 78 School 
Albro Sarah E. Miss, boards 78 School 
Alden George S., machinist American Watch Co., house 

17 Church 
Alden Mary S., widow of Simeon, house 19 Church 
Alden Sarah B., widow of Robert T., h. Alder, n. Moody 
Aldred Adelaide E. Mrs., house Moody, opp. Gordon 
Aldred Lewis E., at Am. Watch Co., boards 85 Moody 
Aldred Richard T., at Am. Watch Co., bds. Moody, opp. 

Gordon 
Alexander Margaret N., teacher Main street primary 

school, boards 11 Central 
Alexander Priscilla D., widow of Marshall P., dressmaker, 

house 11 Central [~n. Beech 

Alfred Wm. F., at American Watch Co., house Myrtle, 
Allan Wm., tailor, 87 Moody, boards 73 do. 
Allen Alonzo, carpenter, boards Mt. Pleasant 
Allen Elijah, boards 5 Gordon 
Allen George N., machinist, rooms 25 Maple 
Allen Jerry, carpenter, house Mt. Pleasant 
Allen Mary J. Mrs., dressmaker, Grove, n. Willow, h. do. 
Allen William K., woolen goods (92 Franklin, B.), house 

Main, near Gore 
Allen Wm. E., works American Watch Co., house off 

Charles, west of Prospect 
Allen Wm. E. jr., clerk (92 Franklin, B.), boards Wil- 
liam E. Allen's, Main 
Allen Willis, at American Watch Co., rooms 10 Cushing 
Allin Horatio N., lawyer, 307 Main, house Harvard, near 

Harvard avenue 
Almy Geo. L., machinist Am. Watch Co., house 435 Main 
Almy Lizzie C, clerk, 105 Moody, house 435 Main 
Alson Nils, at Boston Manufacturing Co., h. 55 River 






WALTHAM [A] DIRECTORY. 29 

American Watch Co., Crescent (Boston office, 405 Wash- 
ington street), R. E. Robbins, president; Henry 
Bond, treasurer 

AMERICAN WATCH TOOL CO., Benefit, east 
of F. R. R., Watertown branch (see page 7) 
Ames Charles H., Belmont Billiard room, Common, cor. 

Main, house Floyd, near Charles 
Ames Dummer T., clerk (450 Washington, B.), boards 

Martha K. Ames', Floyd 
Ames Leon, clerk M. S. Foster & Son, b. Linden, n. Main 
Ames Martha K., wid. of Alden A., h. Floyd, n. Charles 
Ames Norman E., Belmont Billiard room, Common, cor. 

Main, house Floyd, near Charles 
Amrock Edward S., hair-dresser, Eagle block, Main, boards 

James Amrock's, Charles 
Amrock James, flagman, Calvary street crossing, house 

Charles, near Mechanic 
Amrock James T., machinist, b. Jas. Amrock's, Charles 
Amrock Stephen, laborer, house Calvary, opp. Friend 
Anderson Abby A. Miss, teacher (Somerville), board E. 

S. Anderson's, Russell 
Anderson Arthur S., clerk (83 Cornhill, B.), boards E. S. 

Anderson's, Russell 
Anderson August, at B. Mnfg. Co., h. River, opp. Jackson 
Anderson Augustus, at American Watch Co., house Main, 

corner Grant 

ANDERSON BROS. (E. S. and Wm.H. Anderson) 
carriage mnfrs., Main, near Bacon (see page 297) 
Anderson Elijah S. (Anderson Bros.) carriage mnfr., 

Main, near Bacon, house Russell, near Prospect 
Anderson Kate S., dressmaker, Crescent, corner Walnut, 

boards do. 
Anderson Klaus, at B. Mnfg. Co., h. River, opp. Jackson 
Anderson Wm. H. (Anderson Bros.), carriage mnfr., 

Main, near Bacon, house 362 Main 
Armstrong Elias B.. house Lexington, corner Curve 
Armstrong Nicholas M., carpenter, h. Russell, n. South 
Armstrong William, at Am. Watch Co., rms. 98 Moody 
Arnold Charles I., house Hammond, near Main 
Arnold Charles R., dial painter, boards John C. Fisher's, 

Mechanic 
Arnold Rhoades, harnessmaker, b. Mechanic, c. Charles 
Arseno Felix, tailor, boards 14 Elm 
Ashley Henry L., painter American Watch Co., rooms 

Mrs. M. J. Mayhew's, Robbins 
Ashworth Nancy, wid. of George, h. Felton, c. Williams 
Ashworth Robert S., laborer, b. Henry Linney's, Charles 
Atkinson Robert C, surveyor, h. rear Harvard, n. Charles 
Atwood Anderson, driver E. T. Peabody, Pond, bds. do. 



30 WALTHAM [B] DIRECTORY. 

Atwood Elisha, carpenter, bds. D. H. Hick's, Robbins 

ATWOOD ELISHA JR., carpenter, Moody, near 
Brown, rooms C. W. French's, Moody (see page 305) 
Atwood Winslow, at Am. Watch Co., rooms 88 Moody 
Austin Charles B., at American Watch Co., boards D. 

Haven's, East Ash 
Austin Christopher, carpenter, house 54 Adams 
Austin Llewellyn, at American Watch Co., boards Mrs. 

Etta Bacon's, High 
Austin William A., house Charles, opposite Floyd 
Avery Nellie M. Miss, cashier Boston Branch Grocery, 

boards 14 Lexington 
Avery William, at Am. Watch Co., h. Myrtle, n. Moody 
Ayer Charles H., watchmaker American Watch Co., house 

7 East Ash 
Ayers William H., carpenter, Main,n. Hammond, h. do. 

BABCOCK JANE, widow of Rufus, house 14 Bacon 
Bacon Clarence L., at American Watch Co., boards E. L. 

Bacon's, Taylor 
Bacon Emeline C., widow of Jonathan C, house 7 Union 
Bacon Etta, widow of Francis A., h. High, opp. Gardner 
Bacon Eugene L., at American Watch Co., house Taylor, 

corner Flail 
Bacon George H., shoemaker, house Calvary, near Cedar 
Bacon Herschell A., at American Watch Co., boards Mrs. 

Etta A. Bacon's, High 
Bacon John O., painter, rooms 86 Moody 
Bacon Lydia Mrs., Moody, opposite Cherry 
Bacon Mary L., widow of Rufus F., house Pine, near F. 

R. R. crossing 
Bacon Samuel A., house 85 Moody 
Bailey A. E., cigarmaker, boards Central House 
Bailey Charles L., overseer hoisery department B. Mnfg. 

Co., house 4 Pine, opposite Lowell 
Bailey William H., prop. Cascarilla compound, Grant, 

near School, house do. [House 

Bailey Woodward, cigar maker A. E. Bullock, b. Central 
Baird Charles E., shipper (112 Summer, B.), house Ver- 
non, near Prospect 
Bakeman S. E., laborer, house 30 River 
Baker Catharine Mrs., house Main, above Weston 
Baker CharlesJ works American Watch Co., house Adams, 

corner Cherry 

BAKER EDWARD D., printer, b. James Baker's, 
Cherry 
Baker James, at Am. Watch Co., h. Cherry, n. Adams 
Baker Judah S., at American Watch Co., house Robbins, 
near Moody 









WALTHAM [B] DIRECTORY. 31 

Baker Marion, widow of William jr., house 48 Cherry 
Baker Orrin W\, salesman (518 Washington, B.), house 

9 Moody 
Baker Thomas W., contractor and builder, Main, corner 

Spring, house 21 Central 
Balch James, at American Watch Co., bds. 91 Crescent 
Baldwin* Fred. M., boards Robert M. Baldwin's, North 
Baldwin James P., farmer, house North, above Quince 
Baldwin James W., farmer, b. Jas. F. Baldwin's, North 
Baldwin Martha Miss, house Curve, near Lexington 
Baldwin Robert M., farmer, house North, above Quince 
Ball Frank B., at Am. Watch Co., b. J. C. Gates', Moody 
Ballard Alice G., clerk, 105 Moody, boards 19 Crescent 
Ballard George P., at Am. Watch Co., h. Main, c. Spring 
Ballard Harley, laborer, house Plympton, near Bacon 
Ballard Henry P., boot and shoemaker, 383 Main, house 

Cushing, near Hall 
Ballon George P., at Am. Watch Co., h. Maple, n. Moody 
Bamber Asher, merchant tailor and ready made clothing, 

Prospect block, Main, house Russell, near Harvard 
Bamber Golde, teacher of elocution, boards Asher B am- 
ber's, Russell 
Bamber Moses, clerk and messenger Waltham National 
Bank, boards A. Bamber's, Russell [281 do. 

Bambrick Joseph, manager U. P. Tea Co., 269 Main, b. 
Banks Lydia K., widow of Gardner, house 43 Central 

BANKS NATHANIEL P. HON., U. S. Marshal, 
U. S. Court-house (140 Tremont, B.), h. 565 Main 
Banks Patrick, laborer, house Calvary, near Newton 
Banks Sybell Miss, clerk P. O. (50 Union square, Somer- 

ville), boards 43 Central 
Bannan John H., at American Watch Co., boards Thom- 
as Bannon's, Felton 
Bannon Delia, widow of John, h. Felton, opp. Williams 
Bannon John J., painter, house 122 School 
Bannon Owen, laborer, house rear School, near Spring 
Bannon Thomas, teamster, house Felton, near Ferren 
Barchie Steve, peanut stand, Main, cor. Church, h. do. 
Barker Charles A., farmer, house Main, above Weston 
Barker Charles D., at American Watch Co., boards Chas. 

A. Barker's, Main 
Barker Frank J., at American Watch Co., bds. 15 Adams 
Barker George C, machinist, h. 18 Adams, near Walnut 
Barker George L., machinist, boards 15 Adams 
Barker Thaddeus L., machinist at American Watch Co., 

house 15 Adams 
Barker William A., music teacher, 32 Adams, boards do. 
Barnes Delcenia M., widow of Hiram P., house Moody, 
corner Alder 



32 WALTHAM [B] DIRECTORY. 

Barnes Fred. H., civil engineer (West Newton), boards 

7 Harvard 
Barnes George F., artist, house Gordon, near Moody. 

BARNES G. H., lumber dealer with J. G. & N. G. 
Gooch (Western av., Br.)b. 7 Harvard (see back cover) 
tJarnes (Milium, boards 7 Harvard 
Barnes Hiram P., engraver American Watch Co., boards 

Mrs. D. M. Barnes', Moody 
Barnes Joseph I., draughtsman, rooms 23 Church 
Barnes Martha McC, teacher South grammar school, b. 
Moody, corner Alder [190 Main 

Barnes Mary F. Miss, teacher North grammar school, b. 
Barnes Phineas L., farmer, house Warren, near Beaver 
Barnes Walter C, machinist, b. Mrs. D. M. Barnes', Moody 
Barnet Kate, widow of Morris, h. Felton, cor. Fountain 
Bnrnwell Mark, at B. Mnfg. Co., boards 24 River 
Barr John H., at Am. Watch Co., b. Rob't Barr's, Felton 
Barr Robert, works Am. Watch Co., h. Felton, n. Prospect 
Barrett David, laborer, boards Daniel Kennedy's, River 
Barrett Francis, works at the bleachery, boards Bridget 

Laughlin's, Foundry avenue 
Barrett Jas., laborer, h. Newton, south end of the bridge 
Barrett Michael, teamster, house Grove, near Willow 
Barrett Misses, house 41 Charles 

Barrett William, at Am. Watch Co., h. Ash, n. Adams 
Barrett William, express, boards 1 River [Cherry 

Barron Geo., at Am. Watch Co., rms. Chas. E. Russell's, 
Barry Bartholomew, laborer, house Foundry avenue 

BARRY EPHRAIM L., publisher Waltham Rec- 
ord, 244 Main, house Church, next High school-house 

(see page 303) [school-house 

Barry Mary H., widow of George, h. Church, next High 
Bartlett George L., conductor F. R. R., house Pond, near 

Lexington 
Bartlett Harvey P., proprietor Steamboat, White Swan 

and Lily Point Grove, Moody,opp. River, b. 30 Taylor 
Barton Charles A., at American Watch Co., boards Chas. 

R. Barton's, Ash 
Barton Charles R., house Ash, near Moody 
Barton Fanny, widow of Benjamin, h.Robbins, n. Adams 
Barton James, at American Watch Co., bds. Fanny Bar- 
ton's, Robbins 
Barton Rebecca A., widow of Peter, h. Ash, n. Moody 
Barton Thomas J., tailor, Whitford's building, 361 Main, 

house Lexington, corner Dale 
Bassett Elizabeth Mrs., hair goods, 285 Main, house do. 
Bassett Jefford, at bleachery, house 285 Main 
Batchelder Adolph S., machinist American Watch Co., 

house Maple, near Crescent 



WALTHAM [B] DIRECTORY. 33 

Batchelder Bradford C, carriage-maker, house 8 Spruce 
Batchelder Carrie A., widow of Eugene, boards Nathan 

Morse's, North 
Batchelder Jacob Mrs., house Pine, near Newton 
Bates Joseph C, watchmaker American Watch Co., house 

Maple, near Moody 
Beal Ezra W., wholesale produce (11 Chatham, B.), house 

Main, near Newton 
Beal John ~D., carpenter, house North, near Lexington 
Bean Betsey H. Miss, house Floyd, near Russell 
Bean Chas., overseer yd. at bleachery, h. River, n. Willow 
Bean Henry A., house Floyd, near Russell 
Bean Henry O., works F. R. R., h. Taylor, cor. Gardner 
Bean Horace G., machinist, h. Warren, corner Beaver 
Bean James C, sheriff's keeper, house Mt. Pleasant 
Bean Mary L., widow of James, house Harvard avenue, 

near Harvard 
Bean Milton A., house Russell, near Prospect 
Bean Patrick, laborer B. Mnfg. Co., h. Fountain, c. Charles 
Beard Josiah, house 27 Church 
Beatty James (Beatty & Robinson), furniture, Prospect 

block, Main, house Pond, corner Lexington 
Beatty Vincent, baggage-master F. R. R., h. Mt. Pleasant 
Beck Charles L., house Grant, near School 
Beckwith Frank R., station agent Bleachery station, h.do. 
Bedard Jerimie J., clerk, 265 Main, rooms Mrs. E. C. 

Chapin's, School 
Beebe Walter E., machinist, house over Lawrence, Riley 

& Co.'s store, Main 
<Behan Michael, laborer, house North, above Forest 
Behrmann A. H., at American Watch Co., rms. John H. 

Webber's, High 
Belle veau Andrew J., jobber and wood dealer, house 

Sun, near Ferren [ton, n. South 

Bellis Albert H., dial painter Am. Watch Co., h. Wes- 
Bellis John S., house South, near Vernon 
Bellis Matthew H., cabinet-maker and upholsterer, Ex- 
change, near Main, house do. 
Bellis M. H. Mrs., carpet-maker, Exchange, n. Main, h. do. 
Bellis Willie S.,at B. Mnfg. Co., b. John S. Bellis', South 
Belmont Billiard Hall, C. H. & N. E. Ames, proprietors, 

Common, corner Main 
Bemis Charles W., carpenter, Main, cor. Grant, house do. 
Bemis Hannah S., wid. of Lewis, h. Lexington, n. Bacon 
Bemis Luke, carpenter, house School, corner Bacon 
Bemis Mary G., widow of Dexter, h. 4 Harvard avenue 
Bemis Mary J., widow of Isaac, house Cherry, n. Adams 
Bemis Royal, florist, 6 Maple, near Moody, house do. 
Bennett Archelaus, farmer, house Bow, near North 



34 WALTHAM [B] DIRECTORY. 

Bennett Charles I., at American Watch Co., house rear 

Harvard, near Charles 
Bennett Frederick W., at American Watch Co., rooms F. 

A. Ensworth's, Adams 

Bennett John, laborer, house Felton, opp. Fountain 
Bennett John J., pattern-maker, b. John Bennett's,Felton 
Bennett Joseph, pattern-maker, b. John Bennett's, Felton 
Bennett Win. J., works in the bleachery, h. Parker's lane 
Bent W. Henry, police, house Grant, opp. Harvard av. 
Benthal Fred, telegraph operator (Fitchburg depot, B.), 

boards Agnes Farrington's, Fligh 
Bergin Michael, undertaker, bds. Mrs. P. Reade's, School 
Berlin Charles F., at Am. Watch Co., h. Floyd, n. Charles 
Berry Abel B., lawyer, house Grant, near School 
Berry Chas. A., at Am. Watch Co., b. A. B. Berry's,Grant 
Berry Clara W. Miss, teacher Trapelo school, boards A. 

B. Berry's, Grant 

Berry Henry S., at American Watch Co., house 28 Elm 
Berry Lawrence F., farmer, house Brook, near Lincoln 
Best Ellen, widow of Patrick, house Felton, near Water 
Bettis Harriet A. Miss, teacher Quincy school (Tyler, B.), 

boards 19 Newton 
Betts Abner S., carpenter, house 6 Gordon 
Betts Arthur B., bricklayer, boards 6 Gordon 
Betts William J., agent Singer Mnfg. Co., b. 19 Newton 
Bickford Jas. R., at Am. Watch Co., h. Brown, n. Adams 
Bickman Niles, at B. Mnfg. Co., house 51 River 
Bickman S. E., at B. Mnfg. Co., house 30 River 
Bicknell Alonzo S., machinist Am. Watch Co., h. 10 Hall 
Bigelow Erwin A., sewing-machines, h. Grant, n. Main 
Bigelow George, house 5 Bacon 
Bill Abbie M. Miss, teacher High street primary school, 

boards 53 Crescent 
Bill Charles H., machinist, house 18 Prospect 
Bill Edwin R., foreman Parmenter Crayon Co., house 53 

Crescent 
Bill George E., physician, boards 53 Crescent 
Bill flattie P. Miss, teacher intermediate South gram- 
mar school, boards Edwin R. Bill's, Crescent 
Bill Mary E. Mrs., 2d assistant librarian Waltham Pub- 
lic Library and Kindergarten school, Main, opposite 
Barnber's blk., boards 74 School 
Billings Harriet N., widow of Lorenzo, house Weston, 

near Stony Brook 

Bills Charles A., clerk (240 Devonshire, B.), boards L. A. 

Bills', Union [27 Crescent 

Bills Charles C, boots and shoes (109 Pearl, B.), house 

Bills Lewis A., expressman (38 Broad, B.), house Union, 

corner Gordon 



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WALTHAM [B] DIRECTORY. 35 

Birmingham Thomas, at bleachery, h. Spring, n. School 
Bisbee Charles, at Boston Manufacturing Co., rms. Frank 

W. Wetherbee's, Taylor 
Bishop Frank W., at Am. Watch Co., house 15 Taylor 
Bishop Melvin L., at American Watch Co., boards Chas. 

E. Pratt's, Prospect place 
Black James W., blacksmith, b. T. A. Burke's, 15 Russell 
Black John W., carpenter B. Mnfg. Co., h. 2 River av. 
Black Lizzie Miss, house Crescent, opposite Walnut 
Black Mary, widow of James, house 15 Russell 
Blackburn William, at American Watch Co., rooms B. F. 

Lavalley's, Lowell 
Blackburn William, at B. Mnfg. Co., boards 24 River 
Blackey John W., carriage mnfr., Main, Beaver 
Blaisdell Frank L., at American Watch Co., boards Mary 

E. Blaisdell's, Main 
Blaisdell Henry W., at Am. Watch Co., h. Cherry,n. Adams 
Blaisdell Mary E., widow of Samuel, h. Main, near Cross 
Blake Edward W., overseer Boston Manufacturing Co., 

house 50 Pine, opposite Lowell 
Blake Eva Miss, at Am. Watch Co., boards 29 Maple 
Blake Francis H., at Am. Watch Co., house 40 Crescent 
Blake Gardner, machinist Boston Manufacturing Co., 

house off Main, Bear hill [Prospect 

Blake Jasper P., photographer W. A. Webster, rooms 17 
Blanc Ernest J., at Am. Watch Co., h. Robbins, n. Moody 
Blanch ard Herbert, carpenter, rooms 82 School 
Blanchard Oliver J., salesman Boston Branch Grocery, 

boards E. T. Taylor's, Grant 
Blanden Arthur A., pattern-maker, h. Main, n. Willow 
Blaney Horace, bookkeeper (98 Arch, B.), h. 7 Harvard 
Bliss David, dialmaker at American Watch Co., house 

Lowell, near Taylor 
Bliss Richard W., works at American Watch Co., house 

Adams, near Chestnut [Main 

Blodgett Joseph S., machinist Am. Watch Tool Co., h. 235 
Blood Benjamin F., farmer, house Brook, n. Lincoln line 
Blood Gilbert A., Parmenter Crayon Co., bds. S. Blood's, 

Main [S. Blood's, Main 

Blood G. A. Mrs., bookkeeper Parmenter Crayon Co., b. 
Blood Nathaniel E., at American Watch Co., boards 

Sewall Blood's, Main [n. Summer 

Blood Otis R., carpenter, Summer, n. Church, h. Church, 
Blood Sewall, machinist, house Main, corner Hammond 
Blood Sewall A., butcher, boards S. Blood's, Main 
Boardman Jane, widow of James, h. 5 Central st. block 
Board man Samuel, at B. Mnfg. Co., house Felton, oppo- 
site Williams [n. Prospect 
Bodge Charles M., watchmaker Am. Watch Co., h. Main, 



36 WALTHAM [B] DIEECTORY. 

Bodwell Fred, carpenter, boards 30 Taylor 
Bohen Ambrose, laborer, house Foundry avenue 
Bohen William, iron-worker, house Foundry avenue 
Boland Ellen, widow of James, house Oak, opp. Acorn 
Boland James, stone-cutter, boards Cedar, near Oak 
Boland John, house Cedar, near Oak [Oak 

Boland John H., switchman F. R. R., b. Ellen Boland's, 
Boland Michael J., works in bleachery, b. Cedar, n. Oak 
Boland Patrick, laborer, house Cedar, near Oak 
Bold Elizabeth, widow of Caleb, house Pine, near Lowell 
Bold Frederick W., clerk (B.), boards 15 Prospect 
Bold John, watchmaker, 307 Main, house 15 Prospect 
Bold John, at Am. Watch Co., house Pine, near Lowell 
Bold John J., at Am. Watch Co., boards 15 Prospect 
Bold M. S. Miss, ladies' hairdresser, 307 Main, boards 15 
Prospect [Pine 

Bold Wm. W., at Am. Watch Co., bds. Mrs. E. Bold's, 
Boleyn Sydney A., cigarmaker A. E. Bullock, house Ba- 
con, opposite Pond 
Boler Patrick, laborer F. R. R., h. r. Felton, n. Fountain 
Boler Thomas J., switchman F. R. R., boards Patrick 

Boler's, rear Felton 
Bolton Mary E. Miss, teacher, boards 12 Taylor 
Bolton Oliver, barrel dealer, house 12 Taylor 
Bond Alfred, house Plympton, near Bacon 
Bond Charles H., watchmaker American Watch Co., bds. 

44 Crescent 
Bond Charles P., reporter Boston Herald, house Vernon, 

near South 
Bond David T., commercial traveler, house 5 Bacon 
Bond Edward H., at Am. Watch Co., rooms 12 Cherry 
Bond Edward L., house Main, near Bacon 
Bond Henry, purchasing agt. Am. Watch Co., h. 26 Maple 
Bond Joseph, boards 21 Crescent 

Bond Nelson P., clerk, 238 Main, h. Main, near Newton 
Bonney Leavitt K., clerk, house Pine, corner Hall 
Boole Caroline E., widow of John, h. Cross, n. Main 
Boston Branch Grocery and Tea House, F. J. Perkins, 
manager, Prospect block, Main 

BOSTON MANUFACTURING CO., M. IT. 
Adams, agent, River, near Moody, E. D wight, treas- 
urer, office (60 State, B.) (see page 302) 
BOSTON & WALTHAM CLOTHING CO., 
VV. C. Brown, man., 2 Eagle block, Main (seep. 308) 
Bourne Charles, at Am. Watch Co., rooms 10 Adams 
Bowditch William, at Am. Watch Co., house 34 Elm 
Bowen Herbert A., machinist American Watch Tool Co., 
house Adams, corner Ash [Hall 

Bowers Alonzo, clerk (536 Washington, B.), h. Pine, n. 



WALTHAM [B] DIKECTORT. 37 

Bowers Henry F., farmer, house head of Dale 
Bowers Horace C, at Am. Watch Co., h. Ash, n. Crescent 
Bowers Levi, gilder, in watch factory, house Adams, cor- 
ner Robbins 
Bowker Edwin, marble mnfr. (118 Portland and 61 Bev- 
erly, B.), house Main, near Gore [ker's, Main 
Bowker Francis E. (118 Portland, B.), bds. Edwin Bow- 
Bowles Wm. P., machinist, house Myrtle, near Moody 
Bowman David, works bleachery, h. River, near Willow 
Bowman Edwin, florist, house River, near Grove 
Bowman Frank B., blacksmith, h. Pine, n. the chalk factory 
Boyce Henry, at B. Mnfg. Co., boards 24 River 
Boyden William, teamster C. S. Packard, bds. 344 Main 
Boyle John N., at bleachery, b. Mary A. Boyle's, Moore 
Boyle Mary A., widow of Richard, house Moore, n. John 
Boyle Wm., lab., b. Mrs. Haynes', off Main, ab. Weston 
Brackett Albert, farm-hand G. W.Lyman, Lyman, boards 

J. B. Wentworth's, Beaver 
Brackett Charles A., paper-box mnfr. (98 Hanover, B.), 

house Harvard, corner Russell 
Brackett Edward J., works Am. Watch Co., h. 34 Crescent 
Brackett Jas. E., at chalk factory, h. Newton, off Bolton 
Brackett Sarah P. Mrs., house Common, opp. Middle 
Bradford Fred. H. (Bradford & Williams), books and sta- 
tionery, Central block, house Main, near Liberty 
Bradford George, mason at American Watch Co., house 

Moody, corner Chestnut 
Bradford^ Williams (Fred. H. Bradford and George F. 
Williams), stationery, etc., Central block, Main, and 
Moody, corner Crescent 
Bradly John J., machinist, bds. Edw. Toomey's, Charles 
Bradly Patrick, at Am. Watch Co., h. Oak, cor. Newton 
Bradstreet Mary, widow of William, house 17 Newton 

BRADSTREET WM. D., banker (282 Washing- 
ton, B.), h. 17 Newton (see front cover) 
Brady John F., clerk F. R. R. (B.), h. Williams, n. F.R.R. 
Brady Peter R., machinist, house Felton, near Fountain 
Brann Alba, carpenter, house 5 Mechanic 
Brannan Ellen, widow, house 103 School 
Brannan Michael, at B. Mnfg. Co., house 103 School 
Brannon Martin, laborer, house rear 103 School 
Brassell Edward, painter, house Bacon, cor. Plympton 
Brazil Daniel, laborer Reuben Wyman, Winter, bds. do. 
Bree James, farmer, house rear Beaver Brook station 
Brennan John, marble-worker, b. School, near Exchange 
Brennan John, laborer, house 198 Main 
Brennan Mary Mrs., house 198 Main, near Newton 
Brewster Chas., farmer, house North, n. Lexington line 
Bridge A. E. Mrs., house Alder, corner Beech 



38 WALTHAM [B] DIRECTORY. 

Bridges Caroline C, widow of Edniand, nurse, house 19 

Exchange 
Brierly John, boards Mrs. Derbyshire's, Pine 
Brigden Charles Herbert, at American Watch Co., rooms 

S. E. Chase's, Moody 
Briggs John, house 27 Crescent 

Briggs William, saloon, Charles, corner Williams, h. do. 
Briggs Wm. M., at Am. Watch Co., boards 23 Adams 
Brigham Elijah W., insurance agent (31 Milk, B.), house 

Main, near Willow 
Bright Wm. E. Mrs., house Main, corner Grove 
Briley John E., house Pine, corner Lowell 
Brill Alexander, watchman B. Mnfg. Co., bds. 13 River 
Bristol A. W., steam-shovel F. R. R M h. Main, near Gore 
Britton Fred. A., musician, b. Geo. P. Gould's, 19 Pine 
Broderick Daniel, laborer, boards James Smith's, Charles 
Broderick John J., boards Martin Broderick's, North 
Broderick Martin, farmer, house North, near Forest 
Broderick Michael, hairdresser, house 98 School 
Broderick William, laborer, house Exchange, cor. Pond 
Brogan Michael, laborer, house Water, corner Felton 
Brooks Arvilla H., widow of Jacob A. B., house Moody, 

corner Alder 
Brooks Charles, laborer Horace Wilson, Quince, bds. do. 
Brooks Fred C, rooms I. L. Cousens', 1 Lowell 
Brooks George W., *at Am. Watch Co., house Cherry, 

near Moody 

Brooks , rooms Main, corner Church 

Brophy Andrew, laborer, house Heard, near Central 
Broslehan Edward, painter, house Spring, cor. Middle 
Brosnahan Timothy Rev., pastor St. Mary's Catholic 

church, house School, next the church 
Brower Emory H., at American Watch Co., h. 3 Union 
Brown Albert, carpenter, house Bacon, near Dale 
Brown Albert A., clerk H. I. Johnson 
Brown Alden T., milkman, boards A. Green's, School, n. 

Grant [Taylor 

Brown Belle E. Mrs., millinery, 107 Moody, rooms 14 
Brown Benj. F., auctioneer, house 53 Lexington 
Brown Byron L., engraver American Watch Co., house 

Main, near Weston [Moody 

Brown Caroline, widow of Ebenezer L., h. Maple, near 
Brown Charles R., at Am. Watch Co., boards 33 Adams 
Brown Chas. Waldo, at American Watch Co., boards 

Mrs. Caroline Brown's, Maple [Boston 

Brown Clarence H., clerk R. G. Brown & Co., boards at 
Brown Cornelius J., bds. Margaret Brown's, So. Harvard 
Brown Cyriel E. jr., machinist, h. Walnut, near Adams 
Brown Edward E., rooms 14 Taylor 



WALTHAM [B] DIKECTORT. 39 

Brown Edwin S., at Am. Watch Co., h. Adams, c. Orange 
Brown Elijah, farmer, house Winter, near West 
Brown Elizabeth A., widow of Henry A., h. 10 Crescent 
Brown Frank A., clerk, 2 Eagle block, Main, boards Mrs. 

Wallingford's, Lexington 
Brown Frank H., clerk Davis & Farnum Mnfg. Co., bds. 

John R. Farnum's, Main 
Brown Frank T., house Vernon, near Prospect 
Brown Fred. S., milkman, boards Winter, near West 
Brown George, laborer, house off Quince, near Beaver 
Brown Geo. W. lst,cabinet-maker,h. Main, above Weston 
Brown George William, clerk (246 Purchase, B.), boards 

33 Adams 
Brown Isaiah T., at Am. Watch Co., boards 33 Adams 
Brown John H., carpenter, Cushing, n. Hall, boards do. 
Brown Judson, ice-driver L. J. Kendall, boards do. 
Brown Laroy, at Am. Watch Co., h. Moody, corner Ash 
Brown Lincoln C, conductor, house 21 Prospect 
Brown Lydia, widow of Aaron, h. Moody, corner Ash 
Brown Margaret, widow of John, house South Harvard, 

near F. K. R. 
Brown Mary T. Mrs., house 33 Adams 
Brown Moses B., machinist Am. Watch Co.,h. 10 Crescent 
Brown Nathan, works at American Watch Co., house 29 

Adams, corner Maple 
Brown Patrick, laborer, house Charles, near Fountain 
Brown Rufus G. (Rufus G. Brown & Co.), iron founder, 

house Russell, near Prospect 
Brown Rufus G. & Co. (Rufus G. Brown), mnfrs. of iron, 

brass and composition castings, Felton, corner Water 

(26 Charlestown, Boston) 
Brown Sidney P., law student, b. R. G. Brown's, Russell 
Brown Susan, widow of Cornelius, house Fountain, near 

Charles 
Brown Thomas P., hairdresser, b. H, H. Watson's, Moody 
Brown Waldo, milkman, h. South, n. Hailroad crossing 

BROWN WHARTON C, manager Boston and 
Waltham Clothing Co., 2 Eagle block, Main, rooms 

John M. Moore's, Moody (see page 308) 
Browne Charles F., student, boards 25 Pine 
Browne George H., teacher, boards 25 Pine 
Browne George W., carpenter, 25 Pine, near Hall, h. do. 
Bruce Thadcleus L., house Moody, corner Robbins 
Bruce Thomas H., at Am. Watch Co., house 9 Brown 
Bryant Benjamin, house off Pine, near Newton 
Bryant Charles S., at American Watch Co., boards W. 

N. Craft's, Pine [Moody 

Bryant Elmer C, at American Watch Co., b. J. C. Gates', 
Bryant James J., police, house 126 School 



40 WALTHAM [B] DIRECTORY. 

Bryant John R., sea-captain, house Spruce, near Moody- 
Bryant John R. jr., baker (Maplewood), boards John R. 

Bryant's, Spruce 
Bryant J. Elliott, at Am. Watch Co., rooms 86 Moody 
Bryant Wm. W., at Am. Watch Co., h. Prospect place 
Bryson John W., at American Watch Co., house rear 

Beaver Brook station 
Buchan James, chair-seater, b. Peter R. Brady's, Felton 
Buckley Bartholomew A., watchmaker American Watch 

Co., house Adams, corner Ash 
Buckley Eugene, brakeman F. R. R., boards 73 Moody 
Buckley James, spinner B. Mnfg. Co., house Charles, op- 
posite Williams 
Buckley John J., at Am. Watch Co., b. Adams, c. Ash 
Buckley John W., cigarmaker, boards 57 Felton 
Buckley Timothy, laborer, house Felton, corner Fountain 
Buckley Timothy F., clerk H. C. Woodbury, boards 

Timothy Buckley's, Felton 
Buckminster Lucy R., widow of Benj. M., b. 17 Cushing 
Buell Fred, at American Watch Co., rooms John M. 

Moore's, Moody 
Bullard George E., at American Watch Co., house Chest- 
nut, near Crescent [Charles 
Bullard Isaac H., foreman R. G. Brown & Co., house 29 
Bullock Albert E., cigar manufacturer, Main, corner Lex- 
ington, house Bacon, opposite Pond 
Bullock George W., cigarmaker A. E. Bullock, rooms 30 

Lexington 
Bumford Harrison H., supt. town farm, South, house do. 
Buncher Fred, clerk, 286 Main,b. Henry Buncher's, Russell 
Buncher Henry, engraver American Watch Co., house 

Russell, near Harvard 
Bunnell Abner B., carpenter, house Hammond 
Bunnell Eugene W., milkman, house Bacon, corner Dale 
Burch James, clerk Henry A. Caswell, h. Moody, c. Spruce 
Burch Mary, widow of Nathaniel, h. Felton, n. Ferren 
Burge Lorenzo, insurance agent (27 Congress, B.), house 

Willow, corner Main 
Burgess Alex T., cigarmaker, b. Mrs. M. Burgess', Derby 
Burgess Francis A., machinist, h. Pond, opp. Exchange 
Burgess George W., watchmaker at American Watch Co., 

boards Joseph Burgess', Derby 
Burgess John A., blacksmith, h. Lexington, above Curve 
Burgess Joseph, house Derby, near Moody 
Burgess Joseph J., machinist J. Stark, boards Joseph 

Burgess', Derby 
Burgess T. Henry, clerk, boards 18 Prospect 
Burgin Eugene L., at Am. Watch Co., rms. 90 Crescent 
Burgin George L., engineer American Watch Co., house 
Crescent, opposite Brown 



WALTHAM [B] DIRECTORY 41 

Burke Bernard, farmer G. W. Lyman, Lyman, boards J. 

B. Wentworth's, Lyman 
Burke Bridget Miss, house rear Cedar, near Oak 
Burke Catherine Miss, house Felton, opp. Fountain 
Burke Frank, hostler Thomas Kelley, b. Sanderson House 
Burke Henry, blacksmith, boards Mrs. Mary Gilderson's, 

Mt. Pleasant 
Burke James, laborer, house Felton, near Williams 
Burke James, moulder, boards 217 Main 
Burke Joanna, widow of James, h. rear Charles, n. Grant 
Burke John, laborer, house 31 Spring 
Burke John, boards Michael Burke's, Oak 
Burke John E. (J. E. Burke & Co.), boots and shoes, 59 

Moody, house Hammond, near Main 
Burke J. E. & Co. (John E. Burke), boots and shoes, 59 

Moody 
Burke Martin, laborer, house Williams, near F. R. R. 
Burke Michael, laborer, house John, opposite Moore 
Burke Michael, laborer, house Oak, near Newton 
Burke Patrick, at American Watch Co., h. r. 105 School 
Burke Redmond, laborer, house Friend, near Calvary 
Burke Richard J., teamster, b. William Harding's, Grove 
Burke Thomas, laborer, house Clinton, near Day 
Burke Thomas, laborer, house Willow, near Foundry av. 
Burke Thomas A., blacksmith, Main, opposite Prospect, 

house 15 Russell, near Floyd 
Burke William, house 15 Central 

Burnett John W., at Am. Watch Co., house 35 Brown 
Burnham Caroline H., wid. of Seth, h. Main, opp. Cross 
Burnham Charles S., works American Watch Co., house 

Myrtle, corner Beech 
Burnham Edwin S., at American Watch Tool Co., house 

Myrtle, near Moody 
Burnham Willis G., watchmaker American Watch 

Co., house 23 Maple 
Burnett Jeremiah, laborer, house Oak, opposite Acorn 
Burns Frank, at B. Mufg. Co., h. Calvary, near Newton 
Burns Patrick, iron founder, h. rear Willow, near River 
Burroughs Samuel R., hairdresser, Moody, opposite Gor- 
don, house 2 Gordon 
Burt John, at bleachery, b. Jas. Salisbury's, Parker's lane 
Bussell William, at Am. Watch Co., rooms R. S.Chris- 
tie's, Moody 
Bussey Horace, at American Watch Co., rooms Henry O. 

Bean's, Taylor 
Butler Frank, moulder, house Willow, near Grove 
Butler George S., works watch factory, house 11 Brown 
Butler Samuel A., at American Watch Co., boards 
Moody, corner Chestnut 



42 WALTHAM [C] DIRECTOKY. 

Butler William H., at American Watch Co., boards 
Moody, corner Chestnut [Lowell 

Butman Charles F., supt. street lamps, house Dana, cor. 

Butman Elmer E., clerk H. C. Hall, Moody, corner Cres- 
cent, boards do. 

Butman Fred L., clerk (178 Devonshire, B.),b. Charles A. 
Poole's, Summer 

Butterfield Eugene M., clerk James M. Taylor, bds. do. 

Butterfield George II., watchmaker American Watch Co., 
house 14 Bacon [Bacon 

Buttrick Amos J., machinist, b. Mrs. Eunice H. Fletcher's, 

BUTTKICK FRANCIS, lumber dealer, Felton, 
near Mechanic, house 18 Common (see page 3) 
Butts Maria E., widow of Wm. E., h. Main, near Cross 
Butts Walter F., at American Watch Co., rooms Wm. 

Locke's, Main, near Lyman 
Byam Chas. C, at Am. Watch Co., h. Cherry, n.. Crescent 
Byrne Charles, veterinary surgeon, office, J. E. Tolman's 
stable, Moody, house at Lexington 

CADIGAN WILLIAM, liquors, Spring, c. School, h. do. 
Cady Martin, laborer, house Charles, near Williams 
Cady Patrick, laborer, house Bolton, corner Day 
Cahill Michael, coachman, house Cedar, near Calvary 
Cain John, gardener Frederick J. Davis, Linden, h. do. 
Cain John, laborer, house Spring, corner Middle 
Cain John, laborer, house Felton, near Mechanic 
Cain John, gate tender F. R. R., h. off Oak, opp. Acorn 
Cain Michael, laborer, boards P. Connelly's, Felton 
Cain Patrick, at Am. Watch Co., b. John Cain's, Felton 
Cain William, carpenter, house Charles, cor. Williams 
Cain Wm., carpenter, boards Peter R. Brady's, Felton 
Calderwood Nancy G., wid. of Thomas, bcls. 11 Central 
Caldwell Bros. (Fred. A. and Henry W. Caldwell), incu- 
bator manufacturers, Main, near Weston 
Caldwell Charles, machinist, b. N. F. Libby's,Harvard av. 
Caldwell Charles B., farmer, house Weston, above South 
Caldwell Edward C, at American Watch Co., boards 

Wm. Knight's, Fiske avenue 
Caldwell Fred. A. (Caldwell Bros.), boards Henry W. 

Caldwell's, Weston 
Caldwell George P., dial painter American Watch Co., 
house Weston, near Fiske avenue [South 

Caldwell Henry W. (Caldwell Bros.), b. Weston, above 
Calef Ephraim B., at Am. Watch Co., h. 21 Chestnut 
Call Allen A., farmer Edwin Bowker, Main, n. Gore, h. do. 
Call Lyman 11., farmer F. A. Hawley, Beaver, near Lex- 
ington, house on the place 
Callahan Cornelius, laborer, house Central, cor. Heard 



WALTHAM [CI DIRECTORY. 43 

Callahan Daniel, laborer, b. Cornelius Callahan's, Central 
Callahan Patrick, at bleachery, h. River, opp. bleachery 
Callahan Richard, at Am. Watch Co., house Calvary, 

near Newton 
Callen Michael, laborer, house Willow, near Grove 
Camp William C, dial painter American Watch Co., 

house Taylor, corner Gardner 
Campbell Charles D., gardener Arthur T. Lyman, house 

on the place, Lyman 
Campbell James W., at American Watch Co., house Tay- 
lor, corner Lowell [Crescent 
Campbefl Matilda C, widow of Peter, h. Robbins, near 
Campbell S. C. Miss, dressmaker, 5 Gordon, rooms do. 
Cantield George H., at American Watch Co., house Com- 

. mon, near Main 
Cann Bowman, carpenter, bds. I. N. Holman's, Prospect 
Cann Harvey, plasterer, boards 14 Elm 
Carey Daniel, farmer, house 4 Bacon 
Carey George W., machinist, boards 4 Bacon 
Carey Hannah K., widow of Thomas, house 94 School 
Carley Frank, printer, boards William Carley's, Willow 
Carley John, laborer, boards William Carley's, Willow 
Carley William, laborer, house Willow, near Grove 
Carney John, laborer, house Oak, near Cedar 
Carney John (Carney & Son), coal and wood, boards 

Thomas Carney's, Oak 
Carney Michael, at B. Mnfg. Co., boards 24 River 
Carney Patrick, laborer, house Pond, near Exchange 
Carney Patrick J., clerk Andrew Dolan, boards Patrick 

Carney's, Pond 
Carney Thos., brakeman F. R. R., b. Thos. Carney's, Oak 
Carney Thomas (Carney & Son), coal and wood, Calvary, 

near F. R. R., house Oak, near Cedar 

CARNEY & SON (Thomas and John Carney), coal 
and wood, Calvary, n. F. R. R. crossing (see p. 306) 
Carpenter Warner W., railway mail service, house Com- 
mon, corner Common street place 
Carr Charles W., at Am. Watch Co., house East Ash 
Can* George F., watchmaker American Watch Co., house 

Taylor, near Lowell 
Carr James A., works American Watch Co., house Cher- 
ry, near Adams 
Carr Mary S., widow of Alexander, house East Ash 
Carrier Dwight A., works American Watch Co., house 

Adams, corner Chestnut 
Carrier Elizabeth Mrs., house Gordon, near Hall 
Carrier Ralph A., painter, house Gordon, near Hall 
Carroll Clarence, engineer, house Taylor, corner Gardner 
Carroll Hugh, at draw brid£e(Charlestown), h. 41 Charles 
3 



44 WALTHAM [C] DIKECTORT. 

Carroll John C, shoemaker, Calvary, cor. Cedar, h. do. 
Carruth Carlos E., at American Watch Co., house rear 

Harvard, near Charles 
Carson Albert, carpenter, boards F. E. Stevens', Adams 
Carson Elbridge C, machinist John Stark, house High, 

near Newton line 
Carson Frank, carpenter, boards F. E. Stevens', Adams 
Carter Asaph R., house 19 Chestnut 
Carter Elno A., clerk F. E. Kendall & Co., boards J. A. 

Higgins', Pond 
Carter George T., machinist Watch Tool Co., boards 

Mrs. Wallingford's, Lexington 
Carter Sophia, widow of Amos, boards 14 Bacon 
Carter Warren, at bleachery, house Main, near Willow 
Carter Wm. W., clerk (33 Summer, B.), h. 26 Lexington 
Carver Edmund T., machinist, bds. Mrs. E. H. Fletcher's, 

Bacon 
Carver Sarah Mrs., house Vernon, near Prospect 
Cary Charles P., at Am. Watch Co., h. Moody, opp. Tyler 
Cary Edwin C, bookkeeper Waltham National Bank, 

boards Thomas W. Gary's, Vernon 
Cary Thos. W., at Am. Watch Co., h. Vernon, n. Prospect 
Casey Cornelius J., baker, house Charles, opp. Harvard 
Casey Daniel, laborer, house Felton, corner Fountain 
Casey David J., brakeman F. R. R., boards C. J. Casey's, 

Charles 
Casey Frank, laborer, house Willow, corner Grove 
Casey Michael, farmer, house rear Beaver Brook station 
Casey Timothy, lather, house Charles, opposite Harvard 
Cash John, laborer, boards Mary Cash's, Oak 
Cash Mary, widow of Cornelius, house Oak, n. Newton 
Cassidv John A., tailor, 355 Main, room 3, up-stairs, bds. 

122 School 
Cassidy Patrick, tailor J. A. Cassidy, house 122 School 
Cassidy Thomas, carpenter, rms. C. H. Trofatter's, High 
Castello Eliza, widow of Wm., house John, near Moore 
Castello Thomas F., house John, near Moore 
Castner Eldorus A., milkman, bds. S. B. Castner's, North 
Castner Sandford B., milkman, h. North, n. Lexington line 
Caswell Henry A., fish and oysters, Main, opp. Moody, 

house 11 Cross 
Caswell William J., hackman, house 14 Cross 
Cate E. A. Mrs., house Russell, near Prospect 
Cate Horace, livery stable, rear Waltham Bank, Main, 

house Newton, near Main 
Cate Silas H., at Am. Watch Co., h. Russell, n. Prospect 
Cate William M., livery stable, rear Waltham Bank, bds. 

II. Cate's, Newton, near Main 
Caughey John, machinist, house Plympton 






WALTHAM [C] DIRECTORY. 45 

Caughey Robert H., painter, house Plyrapton 
Caughey Win., at Am. Watch Co., h. Grant, n. School 
Caughey Wm. A., at American Watch Co., boards W. 

Caughey's, Grant 
Caunt John, hosiery mnfr., Felton, h. Main, Beaver Brook 
Cave Charles, at Boston Manufacturing Co., b. 24 River 
Central House, George H. Cushman, proprietor, Main, 

corner Exchange 
Chadsey Alonzo R., at American Watch Co., boards Mrs. 

M. M. Hamilton's, Maple 
Chadwick T., at American Watch Co., b. Shawraut House 
Chamberlin Calvin, at American Watch Co., boards Mrs. 

J. S. Whitney's, Crescent 
Chamberlin Geo., salesman(65 Franklin, B.),h. 8 Newton 
Chamberlin George W., house Main, opposite Linden 
Chamberlin G. William, at American Watch Co., boards 

George W. Chamberlin's, Main 
Chandler Herbert B., Am. Watch Co., house 21 Brown 
Chapin Abby, widow of Ezra H., house 53 Central 
Chapin E. M. Mrs., fancy goods, 275 Main, h. 82 School 
Chapin Geo. H., painter, Bacon, c. School, h. 173 School 
Chapman Greengrove M.,at Am. Watch Co., h. 56 Brown 
Chappies Samuel, laborer, house Charles, cor. Williams 
Charles Edward, works American Watch Co., boards Ed- 
ward Knight's, Ash 
Chase Anna A. Miss, at American Watch Co., boards 

Mrs. M. T. Chase's, Main 
Chase Charles E., Am. Watch Co., house head of Dale 
Chase Charles F., house Taylor, corner Hall 
Chase Llewellyn, carpenter, boards C. F. Chase's, Taylor 
Chase Mary T., widow of Jacob, h. Main, near Prospect 
Chase Simpson E., miller Pope & Viles, house Moody, 

near Brown 
Chase William A., manager J. Cushing & Co., Moody, 

boards 2 Gordon 
Chatfield Wm., general stock agent, Galveston, Harris- 
burg & San Antonio R. R., h. Moody, opp. Orange 
Cheney Henry, at American Watch Co., bds. 28 River 
Cheney Joseph A., livery stable, Church, n. Main, h. do. 
Cheney Wm. F., American Watch Co., house 46 Adams 
Childs Elisha, boards Charles A. Stearns', Winter 
Childs George E. Mrs., house Main, near Central House 
Childs Harriet D., wid. of Wm. P., h. Lexington, n. Bacon 
Childs Isaac, house School, near Liberty 
Childs Mary E. Mrs., house 304 Main, n. Central House 
Childs Melvin L., milkman, house Lexington, near Bacon 
Childs Philander, house 57 Central 
Childs Thomas L., farmer, house Lexington, near Lake 
Childs Thomas W., fish market, 8 Church, house Lexing- 
ton, corner Dale 



46 WALTHAM [(J] DIRECTORY. 

Childs William G., milkman, house Lexington, n. Curve 
Chipman Geo.L., machinist Am. Watch Co., h. 88 Moody- 
Christie R. S., at Am. Watch Co., h. Moody, cor. Maple 
Christie Samuel, at Am. Watch Co., b. Moody, c. Maple 
Christmas Frank, gardener, h. 11 Harvard av., n. Grant 
Churchill Harriet M., wid. of A. W., h. Common, n. Middle 
Churchill John M., machinist, boards Mrs. H. M. Church- 
hill's, Common 
Clapp Ann M., widow of Galen, house Adams, near Ash 
Clapp Charles K., machinist, b. Mrs. A. M. Clapp's, Adams 
Clapp James II. (16 Sears building, 199 Washington, B.), 
house 384 Main [sell, n. South 

Clark Alden, clerk William W. Clark & Son, house Rus- 
Clark Alice M., clerk, 105 Moody, bds. 13 Chestnut 
Clark Alonzo, clerk T. W. Childs, house 459 Main 
Clark Charles E., at American Watch Co., boards Mrs. 
G. E. Smith's, Maple [c. Orange 

Clark Charles E., at American Watch Co., boards Adams, 
Clark Charles E., at American Watch Co., house Rob- 
bins, corner Crescent [School 
Clark Charles W., clerk Clark, Maynard & Co., bds. 90 
Clark Edward, farmer, house Winter, near West 
Clark Edward F., farm-hand Chas. Brewster, North, h. do. 
Clark Elizabeth Miss, house Lexington, near Curve 
Clark Everett D., at American Watch Co., house Cres- 
cent, near Adams [bleachery 
Clark Frank A., stamper in cloth-room, house River, near 

(1LARK F. K., harnessmaker (Washington, W. N.), 
J boards Mrs. S. A. Clark's, Moody (see page 2) 
Ulark Fred C, at Am. Watch Co., h. Chestnut, n. Crescent 
Clark George W., at American Watch Co., house Ver- 
non, near Prospect [Moody 
Clark Harry G., clerk (4 State, B.),b. Mrs. S. A. Clark's, 
Clark Henry, at American Watch Co., b. Shawmut House 
Clark Henry M., carpenter, house Charles, opp. Harvard 
Clark James, house rear Charles, near Mechanic 
Clark John, works at B. Mnfg. Co., house 38 Pine 
Clark John R., machinist Am. Watch Co., h. 13 Chestnut 
Clark Jonas, farmer, house rear Lexington, near Waltham 

New Church school 
Clark Julia, widow of John, house Charles, n. Mechanic 
Clark Lowell (Clark, Maynard & Co.), dry goods and 

carpetings, Music Hall, Elm, boards 42 Lyman 
Clark Maria Miss, house 42 Lyman 
Clark Mary Miss, house Lexington, near Curve 
Clark Miiry A. Miss, house 42 Lyman 

CLARK, MAYNARD & CO.(Lowell Clark, Frank 
Maynard and Warren F. Emerson), dry goods and 
carpetings, Music Hall, Elm (see page 5) 



WALTHAM [C] DIKECTORY. 47 

Clark Sophia A. Mrs., house Moody, opposite Robbins 
Clark Thomas, laborer, house Cedar, corner Oak 

CLARK W. A.,harnessmaker (Washington, W. N.), 
,„ ^ oa £ d T ? M™ §- A. Clark's, Moody (see page 2) . 
Clark William L. (W. W. (Jlark <xr Son;, grocer, Main, 

near Moody, boards 90 School 
Clark Wm. W. ( W. W. Clark & Son), grocer, Main, near 

Moody, house 90 School 
Clark W. W. & Son ( Wm. W. and Wm. L. Clark), gro- 
cers, Main, near Moody 
Clasby Daniel J., grocer, Charles, corner Fountain, h. do. 
Clasby Hugh, at Am. Watch Co., h. Bolton, n. Newton 
Clasby James, laborer, house rear School, near Spring 
Clay Alfred, at American Watch Co., house 49 Ash 
Clay Mary, widow of John, house 49 Ash 
Clayton Thomas, at Am. Watch Co., rms. 14 Gordon 
Clifford Eugene, laborer, house School, nearly opp. Spring 
Clifford Wheelock N., machinist American Watch Co., 

house Robbins, corner Moody 
Clines Julia, widow of Patrick, house 68 Charles 
Cloran John, laborer, house Willow, corner Grove 
Clough Albion F., with W. H. Leatherbee & Son, rooms 
28 Elm [chines, h. 14 Prospect 

Clough Benjamin F., general agent Davis Sewing Ma- 
Clough John E., at bleachery, house Parker's lane 
Clunie Thos., at Am. Watch Co., h. So. Harvard, n. F. R. R. 
Cobb Albert, box-maker, house Newton, near the bridge 
Cobb Julia E. Mrs., at American Watch Co., boards Mrs. 

A. M. Clapp's, Adams 
Cobb William S. Mrs., house 362 Main 
Coburn Joseph, at bleachery, house Newton, cor. Benefit 
Codyer Thomas F. Mrs., house Calvary, near Farwell 
Coen John, laborer, house Calvary, opposite. Friend 
Coen Martin, liquors, Calvary, corner Moore, house do. 
Coen Patrick, laborer, house 6 River avenue 
Coen Rose, widow of Luke, house Oak, near Cedar 
Coffin Edgar IT., at Am. Watch Co., h. Pine, n. Newton 
Coffin Melvin H., at Am. Watch Co., h. Ash, n. Moody 
Colburn Arthur L., at Am. Watch Co., house 3 Taylor 
Colburn Geo. M., at Am. Watch Co., house 17 Gordon 
Colburn Gilbert, boards 2 Adams, corner Spruce 
Colburn Martin V., carpenter, h. Bacon, corner Pond 
Colburn Nancy, widow of James, house rear Main, oppo- 
site Central House 
Colburn Samuel B., carpenter F. R. R., h. 13 Cushing 
Colby Henry B., engraver Am. Watch Co., rms. 11 Pine 
Colby James W., music store, 109 Moody, house do. 
Colby Susan P., widow of Levi, house Lowell, near Pine 
Cold well Hiram, farmer, house West, near Winter 



48 WALTHAM [C] DIRECTORY. 

Cole John, at Am. Watch Co., house Felton, cor. Ferren 

Cole Judson, framemaker, bds. J. R. Bryant's, Spruce 

Cole Lemuel D., carpenter, house Fiske avenue 

Coleman Edward, laborer, h. rear School, near Spring 

Coleman John, boards P. Coleman's, Exchange 

Coleman John J., blacksmith L. J. Mayer, b. 413 Main 

Coleman Peter, laborer, house Exchange, near Main 

Coles Francis A., house 23 Prospect 

Collagan Charles H., at Am. Watch Co., h. 14 Taylor 

Collins Charles E., teamster, boards 30 Elm 

Collins Daniel, laborer for Nathan Sanderson, h. Lincoln, 

near Curve 
Collins Eliza, widow of Patrick, house 30 Elm 
Collins James, at chalk factory, boards 30 Elm 
Collins James H., at Am. Watch Co., boards Mary P. 

Collins', Charles 
Collins John, farmer, house Plympton 
Collins John, laborer, house rear Beaver Brook station 
Collins John, moulder, house Calvary, near Newton 
Collins John A., firmer, house off Bacon, near Pond 
Collins Mary P., w T idow of Peter, h. Charles, near Water 
Collins Michael, laborer, house Spring, near School 
Collins Michael, teamster at the bleachery, house Willow, 
near Grove [near Water 

Collins Michael P., clerk, Main, c. Lexington, b. Charles, 
Collins Patrick, laborer, house rear School, ©pp. Spring 
Collins Patrick, laborer, boards Michael Collins', Spring 
Collins Samuel, dyer at the bleachery, h. River, n. Willow 
Collins Thomas, harness-maker, h. Main, near Newton 
Collins Timothy, laborer, house Heard, near Central 
Collins William, at B. Mnfg. Co., h. 5 Long block, Elm 
Colton Martin, house Clinton, near Newton 
Comey Mary, widow, house School, nearly opp. Spring 
Como Alex., at bleachery, house 47 Moody, n. the bridge 
Como Eusebe, carpenter, boards 47 Moody 
Concannon Michael, laborer, b. Michael Lyon's, Benefit 
Concannon Michael, laborer, house Calvary, near Newton 
Condrin James R., machinist for John Stark, h. at West 

Newton 
Conefry Thomas, at bleachery, house River, n. Willow 
Conley Dennis, paper-maker, house South, n. paper mill 
Conley John A., slate and tin roofer, 107 School, h. do. 
Conley Patrick, teamster, house Felton, near Mechanic 
Connar Thomas, moulder, house Foundry avenue 
Connell Thomas, gardener, house Middle, near Spring 
Connell, see O'Connell 

Connelly Coleman, laborer, h. rear Newton, n. Benefit 
Connelly James, laborer, house rear School, opp. Spring 
Connelly John, at B. Mnfg. Co., house Clinton, n. Day 



WALTHAM [C] DIRECTORY. 49 

Connelly John, laborer, house John, near Moore 
Connelly John, clerk M. T. Connelly, h. Charles,c. Water 
Connelly John, slater, h. School, nearly opposite Spring 
Connelly John, yard-hand B. Mnfg. Co., house Charles, 

opposite Water 
Connelly John, laborer, boards P. Connelly's, Felton 
Connelly Kate Miss, house rear Newton, near Benefit 
Connelly Mary J. Mrs., house Willow, near River 
Connelly Michael, farm-hand, house off Willow, n. River 
Connelly Michael, flagman, Pine st. crossing, house Pine, 

next F. R. R. 
Connelly Michael T., grocer, 41 Charles, house 43 do. 
Connelly Patrick, boarding-house, Felton, n. Mechanic 
Connelly Thomas, laborer, house Exchange, cor. Pond 
Conner Charles L., machinist B. Mnfg. Co*, house Spruce, 
near Moody [place 

Conner Sarah A., widow of Samuel, nurse, bds. Prospect 
Connerney Michael, laborer, house 47 River 
Connerny Martin, laborer, house Grove, near Willow 
Connerny Michael, laborer, house Grove, near Willow 
Connerny Patrick, laborer, house rear 105 School 
Connerny Patrick, laborer, house 8 Long block, Elm 
Conners Mary, wid. of Patrick, h. Willow, n. Foundry av. 
Conners Patrick, laborer, house Water, near Charles 
Conners Terrence, laborer, house Oak, near Newton 
Connerty Patrick, fireman, boards Thomas Birmingham's, 

Spring 
ConniffMary A. Miss, dressmaker, Main, n. Heard, h. do. 
Connolly Annie M. Miss, house 13 Central 
Connolly Esther G. Miss, house 13 Central 
Connolly Patrick J., moulder, bds. W. Connolly's, Felton 
Connolly William, musician, house Felton, opp. Fountain 
Connor Bridget Miss, boarding-house, 12 Long block,Elm 
Connor Charles L., machinist B. Mnfg. Co., h. 5 Spruce 
Connor Eugene, at American Watch Co., h. Prospect pi. 
Connor Michael, section-hand B. Mnfg. Co., house 8 

River avenue 
Connor Peter, laborer, house Charles, opposite Grant 
Connors John, laborer, house 24 Spring 
Connors John, weaver Boston Mnfg. Co., bds. 24 River 
Coanors Joseph W., cigars and tobacco, 305 Main, house 

Cross, near Main 
Connors Kate, widow of James, house School, n. Spring 
Connors Michael, laborer, house Charles, near Water 
Connors Patrick, laborer, house Foundry avenue 
Connors Sarah Mrs., house Water, near Felton 
Connors Thomas, lather, boards Kate Connors', School 
Connors Thomas, teamster, h. rear Beaver Brook station 
Conoughton Michael, laborer, h. Felton, opp. Williams 



50 WALTHAM [C] DIRECTORY. 

Conrad Annie E. Mrs., dressmaker, 109 Moody, h. do. 
Conroy John, works in bleachery, house River, n. Willow- 
Converse Carrie Miss, 'at Am. Watch Co., boards Adams 
House, Adams [Charles 

Conway John, farm-hand, bds. Mrs. Margaret Conway's, 
Conway Margaret Mrs., house Charles, near Mechanic 
Cook Cecil J., at Am. Watch Co., h. Hall, corner Taylor 
Cook Henry H., watchmaker American Watch Co., house 
1 Maple, corner Moody [School, h. do. 

Cook Jane R., widow of Stephen R., boarding-house, 82 
Cook Matthew, loom-fixer, boards 1 River 
Cook William E., section-hand B. Mnfg. Co., house 4 
Central street block , [New Grove 

Cooley John, works at bleachery, b. Mary R. Kinneen's, 
Coolidge Henry, painter, rooms Charles 
Coolidge James, street sprinkler, house 51 Lexington 
Coolidge John F., overseer in bleachery, house River, n. 
Willow [51 Lexington 

Coolidge Luman B., street sprinkler, boards J. Coolidge's, 
Coombs Herbert, at Am. Watch Co., rooms 5 Mechanic 
Coombs Sarah, widow, harness-knitter Boston Mnfg. Co., 

house Central, corner Cross 
Cooper James A. (155 Franklin, B.), boards 18 Chestnut 
Coppenger Ann, widow of John, h. rear Cedar, near Oak 
Coppenger Daniel, laborer, bds. John Coppenger's, Moore 
Coppenger John, laborer, house Moore, near John 
Coppenger Joseph, at American Watch Co., boards John 

Coppenger's, Moore 
Corbett Peter, laborer, house Exchange, near Main 
Corbett Peter jr., laborer, boards P. Corbett's, Exchange 
Corbishley Jonathan, at bleachery, h. Willow, near Main 
Corcoran Bernard, clerk Bryan Corcoran, River, bds. do. 
Corcoran Bridget Mrs., house Foundry avenue 
Corcoran Bryan, grocer, River, opp. bleachery, house do. 
Corcoran Bryan 2d, in bleachery, h. Farwell, cor. Calvary 
Corcoran Ellen, widow of Michael, h. Friend, near John 
Corcoran Eugene L., laborer, house Friend, near John 
Corcoran Michael, clerk Bryan Corcoran, River, bds. do. 
Corey Amos, house Spruce, near Moody 
Corey George F., watchmaker American Watch Co., 
house Moody, opposite Brown [Charles 

Coruth Carlos E., at Am. Watch Co., h. r. Harvard, near 
Costello Joseph, tin peddler, rooms 3 Gordon 
Costello Martin, laborer, house Exchange, corner Pond 
Costello Thos. W., at Am. Watch Co., h. Oak, n. Newton 
Costello William, hostler Prospect House, boards do. 
Cotter Cornelius, laborer, house Felton, near Prospect 
Cotter Edward, boards Kate Cotter's, Water 
Cotter Hannah, widow of Patrick, h. Grove, near Willow 



WALTHAM [0] DIRECTORY. 51 

Cotter Kate, widow, house Water, corner Felton 
Cotting Amanda C, wid. of Jesse G., h. Grant, c. School 
Cotting Henry P., boards Grant, corner School 
Cotting Mary E. Miss, teacher (Parmenter st., B.), bds. 

Grant, corner School 
Coughey Reuben, farmer, house Winter, near Lincoln 
Coughinger John, dyer, boards 14 Elm 
Coult Samuel, at American Watch Co., house Charles, 

opposite Harvard 
Coult Walter, at B. Mnfg. Co., house 35 River 
Coult William, machinist, house 29 River 
Couney Ellen Mrs., house Newton, corner Chestnut 
Count John, hosiery mnfr., Felton, opposite Fountain, 

house rear Beaver Brook station 
Cousens Charles W., at American Watch Co., house 

Charles, near Floyd [n. Beech 

Cousens Edward E., at Am. Watch Co., house Myrtle, 
Cousens Everett E., carpenter, house Charles, opp. Floyd 
Cousens Ivory L., machinist B. Mnfg. Co., house 1 Lowell 

near Pine 
Covill Charles, at Am. Watch Co., rooms 30 Adams 
Cow Patrick J., carpenter, house 49 River 
Cowen Bernard B., carpenter, 46 Church, house do. 
Cox Mary, widow of Thomas, house Water, cor. Charles 
Cox Thomas, wines and liquors, Common, near Main, 

boards Mrs. M. F. Finnegan's, Middle 
Coxen John, weaver B. Mnfg. Co., h. Charles, cor. Water 
Coy George P., machinist, house 6 River 
Coy John, farmer, house Plympton, near Bacon 
Coy Robert, laborer, house Plympton, near Bacon 
Coye Georgianna E., widow of Amasa, house 235 Main 
Craft Ernestine Mrs., house 61 Central 
Crafts Charles O., at American Watch Co., h. 90 Moody 
Crafts Charles P., machinist, house Moody, cor. Gordon 
Crafts Wilbur N., watchmaker American Watch Co., 

house Pine, corner Lowell 
Craig Abraham, machinist, house off Newton, opp. Pine 
Craig George W., machinist, bds. A. Craig's, off Newton 
Cram Alfred E., assistant bookkeeper American Watch 

Co., boards S. B. Cram's, Moody 
Cram Stephen B., farmer, house Moody, corner Crescent 
Cram Stephen W., at American Watch Co., boards rear 

14 Prospect [c. Orange 

Crandell Joseph H., at American Watch Co., h. Adams, 
Crane Frank H., farmer, boards H. B. Crane's, off Wes- 
ton, near Stony Brook 
Crane Hosea B., machinist, h. off Weston, n. Stony Brook 
Crans Alfred J., second hand B. Mnfg. Co., h. 63 River 
Craven William H., works American Watch Co., house 

66 Adams, corner Robbins 



52 WALTHAM [C] DIRECTORY. 

Cray John E., card grinder Boston Manufacturing Co., 

house 32 Pine, opposite Hall 
Crimrains Daniel, moulder, boards rear 13 Middle 
Crim mins Edward, boards rear 13 Middle 
Crimmins Kate, widow of Timothy, h. rear 13 Middle 
Crimmins Michael, moulder, boards rear 13 Middle 
Crockett George W., carpenter, house Newton, cor. Pine 
Croft James, at bleachery 
Cronin Jeremiah, laborer, house 413 Main 
Crosby Amelia C, widow of John M., house 10 Gushing 
Crosby Ariel, clerk, Rumford market, h. Bacon, c. School 
Crosby Charles C, at Am. Watch Co., house r. 18 Elm 
Crosby Charles G., tinsmith, bds. Ariel Crosby's, Bacon 
Crosby Edward H., works at American Watch Co., Pine, 

house Lowell, near Pine 
Crosby Hugh, house Water, near Felton 
Crosby Jane Miss, house Water, near Felton 
Crosby J. Howard, at iVm. Watch Co., b. Adams, c. Cherry 
Crosby Sarah B., widow of Charles, house 7 Central 
Crowell Oliver T., machinist, boards 26 Walnut 
Crowfoot Victor, at American Watch Co., rooms W. H. 

Dickson's, Chestnut 
Crowley John F., jeweler American Watch Co., boards 

Charles, opposite Grant 
Crue Joseph, farmhand A. Bennett, Bow, boards do. 
Cullien Bartley, laborer, house rear Beaver Brook station 
Cunniff Peter, laborer, house School, nearly opp. Spring 
Cunniff Thomas, laborer, house Water, near Charles 
Cunningham James, blacksmith, house 32 Bacon 
Cunningham Mary, widow of Mathias, house Felton, near 

Williams 
Curley Thomas, lawyer (3 Pemberton square, Boston), 

boards Mrs. Wallingford's, Lexington 
Curran Ann, widow of Barney, house Water, n. Charles 
Curran Michael, carpenter Geo. D. Taylor, h. Plympton 
Currier Herbert H., clerk G. F. Frost, Moody, boards H. 

L. Hovey's, Newton [ton, near Pine 

Currier Joseph L., baggage-master F. R. R., house New- 
Curry John, laborer, house Clinton, corner Day 
Curry Lewis, farmhand A. G. Harmon, Forest, house do. 
Curtice Isaac W., at Am. Watch Co., h. High, n. Newton 
Curtin Anthony, moulder, house Felton, opp. Brown lane 
Curtin Honora, widow of Andrew, house Felton, opposite 

Brown lane [Harvard, c. Harvard av. 

Curtis Emma H., widow of W. Scott, music teacher, h. 
Curtis John D., watchmaker American Watch Co., house 

Harvard avenue, near Harvard 
Curtis Woodbury S., provisions. Exchange market, Main, 

house 15 Lexington 



WALTHAM [J)] DIEECTORY. 53 

Cushing Charles W. (L. W. Cushing & Sons), Moody, 

corner F. R. R., boards 232 Main, near Cross 
Cushing Harry R. (L. W. Cushing & Sons), vane manu- 
facturer, Moody, c. F. R. R., bds. 232 Main, n. Cross 
Cushing James, blacksmith, house Charles, opp. Harvard 
Cushing Jos. (J. Cushing & Co.), flour and grain, Moody, 

house at Fitchburg, Mass. 
Cushing J. & Co. (Joseph Cushing), flour and grain, 

Moody, on F. R. R. 
Cushing Leonard W. (L. W. Cushing & Sons), vane 
mnfr., Moody, cor. F. R. R., house 232 Main, n. Cross 
Cushing L. W. & Sons (Leonard W., Chas. W. and Harry 

R. Cushing), vane mnfr., Moody, corner F. R. R. 
Cushing Samuel N., station agent and shoemaker, Clem 

atis Brook station, Beaver, house Beaver, near do. 
Cushman Abby A. Mrs., house Moody, corner Alder 
Cushman Charles, carpenter, rooms Mrs. Calvin Fiske's, 

Lexington 
Cushman Charles E., carpenter, house Moody, cor. Alder 
Cushman Edwin, works American Watch Co., house 
Chestnut, n. Moody [change, h. do. 

Cushman George H., prop. Central House, Main, cor. Ex- 
Cushman Jennie Mrs., house rear Pine, near Newton 
Cutler Edward R., physician, Main, opp. Spring, h. do. 
Cutler William M., at American Watch Co., h~ 57 Ash 
Cutter Charles F., clerk, 351 Main, house Common 
Cutter J. Dana, provisions, 351 Main, house 332 do. 
Cutter William S., at Am. Watch Co., h. Moody, n. Ash 
Cutting Benjamin L., farmer, house Forest, near North 
Cutting Henry W., at Am. Watch Co., rooms 6 Maple 
Cutting Joseph, milkman, house Main, above Weston 
Cutting Sylvester L., farmer, boards Benjamin L. Cut- 
ting's, Forest 

DALEY ANTHONY J., needle-maker (Watertown), 

boards Ellen Daley's, rear 18 Elm [b. do. 

Daley Charles, farmer Francis C. Smith, Lincoln,n. Curve, 

Daley Edward F., at Am. Watch Co., boards Mrs. Ellen 

Daley's, rear 18 Elm 
Daley Ellen, widow of John, house rear 18 Elm 
Daley Patrick, laborer, house Charles, near Grant 
Daley Rose A. M. Miss, millinery, 14 Elm, h. rear 18 Elm 
Daly Charles, plumber, boards 9 Middle 
Daly George H., painter, house Cedar, near Oak 
Daly Patrick, works in the bleachery, house rear Willow, 

near River 
Dalzell James D., boards 76 School 
Dalzell James D. jr., clerk, 3 Eagle block, h. 76 School 
Dalzell John W., submaster High school, bds. 76 School 



54 WALTHAM [])] DIRECTORY. 

Damoreau Louis C. P., wood engraver, boards 88 Moody 
Daniels Charles H. (J. Daniels & Son), blacksmith and 

horse-shoer, Main, opp. Central House, house do. 
Daniels G. Frederick, at American Watch Co., boards G. 

W. Daniels', School 
Daniels Freedom F., house Myrtle, near Beech 
Daniels George M., at Am. Watch Co., b. 25 Adams 
Daniels George W., musical instruments (48 Hanover, 

Boston), house School, near Lexington 
Daniels J. & Son (Charles H.Daniels), blacksmiths, Main, 

opposite Central House [Lexington 

Daniels Mary, widow of George W., house School, near 
Daniels Mary L. Miss, h. r. Main, opp. Central House 
Daniels Philander F., at American Watch Co., boards F. 

F. Daniels', Myrtle 
Darling Amasa, at American Watch Co., rms. 45 Crescent 
Darling Elsena Mrs., house 13 Church 
Darling Gardner H., at American Watch Co., rooms Hall, 

corner Gordon 
Dascom Ruth Mrs., house 25 Charles 
Davis Andrew, gardener for E. D. Emerson, River, b. do. 
Davis A. Ella, clerk, 105 Moody, h. Lowell, near Pine 
Davis Benjamin A., carpenter, b. J. R. Bryant's, Spruce 
Davis Charles, bootmaker, rms. Victor L. Parker's, Taylor 
Davis Charles T., machinist, house 22 Exchange 
Davis D. Albert, at American Watch Co., house Taylor, 

near Lowell 
Davis Elmer E., at American Watch Co., boards PI. A. 

Wellington's, Moody 
Davis Frank B., at American Watch Co., house Orange, 

near Adams 
Davis Frank H., machinist, house 25 Charles 
Davis Frank J., at Am. Watch Co., b. Adams, c. Cherry 

DAVIS FREDERICK J. (Davis & Farnura 
Mnfg. Co.), iron founder, house Linden, near Beaver 
Davis Frederick R., at the foundry, boards Alvin Emer- 
son's, Moody, corner Brown 
Davis George A., at Am. Watch Co., h. Alder, n. Moody 
Davis Gilford, planer Buttrick's mill, house Vernon, 

near Prospect 
Davis Hannah Miss, boards Geo. B. Harrington's, South 
Davis Henry A., machinist, h. rear Beaver Brook station 
Davis James T., brakeman F. R. R., house 7 Central 
Davis John C, at B. Mnfg. Co., boards 51 Lexington 
Davis John W., at American Watch Co., house 19 Ash 
Davis Nicholas B., at American Watch Co., h. 33 Ash 
Davis Scott, moulder, rooms 217 Main 
Davis Sumner F., at American Watch Co., rooms Charles 
E. Clark's, Robbins 



WALTHAM [D] DIRECTORY. 55 

Davis Wm. E. (Davis & Farnum), machinist, h. 69 Moody 
Davis Woodbury, house rear 14 Prospect 

DAVIS & FARNUM MNFG. CO., iron found- 
ers, Foundry av., near bleachery station, office (228 
Washington, B.) (see page 308) 
Dawie Thomas, at bleachery, b. Mary R. Kinneen's, New 
Dawson George, at Am. Watch Co., boards G. H. Can- 
field's, Common 
Dawson George, carpenter, house Willow, near Main 
Dawson Jane, wid. of Wm., b. Wilber E. Moore's, Cushing 
Day William, Shawmut House, boarding, Crescent, c. Ash 
Dealy John, farmhand A. G. Hughes, Forest, boards do. 
Dean Charles A., at American Watch Co., house Moody, 

corner Spruce 
Dean Edward, moulder, house 109 Moody [ington 

Dean John, b. Mrs. Lydia Worcester's, off Bacon, n. Lex- 
Dean Luke W., at Boston Mnfg. Co., house 8 River 
Deans Robert, carpenter, house rear Bacon, near Pond 
Deehan Thomas E., cigars and tobacco, Church, corner 

Main, boards Mrs. Collins', Charles 
Delahanty Patrick, at hosiery mill, h. Calvary, n. Cedar 
Delaney James, tailor, house Hall, corner Taylor 
Delaney James jr., at Am. Watch Co., b. Hall, c. Taylor 
Delaney Mary Miss, boards 33 River [do. 

Delano A. O. (Delano &> Co.), express, 309 Main, b. 242 
Delano & Co. (A. O. Delano), express, 309 Main (91 Kil- 

by and 36 Court square, B.) 
Delany James, laborer, house Cutter, near Newton 
Delory David, laborer, house Charles, opposite Harvard 
Demaine Ellen Mrs., house 285 Maiji 
Deraar John, fireman F. R. R., bds. C. P. Craft's, Moody 
Dempsey Anthony, laborer, house 24 Spring 
Dempsey Frank, laborer at Pope & Viles 
Dempsey Patrick, laborer gas works, house 20 Lexington 
Denecke Charles, lunch-room, Prospect block, Main, h. 

27 Hammond 
Denneston Edward, at Am. Watch Co., bds. 33 Crescent 
Dennison Lyman O., manager E. Connor, 1 Eagle block, 

Main, boards Sanderson House 
Denniston Daniel, Am. Watch Co., house 29 Brown 
Densmore William, at bleachery, h. Charles, near Moody 
Derades Harry, at Am. Watch Co., b. Mrs. Farwell's, South 
Derby Charles E., machinist (Philadelphia), house Wes- 
ton, near Stony brook 
Derby John L., carpenter, house Chestnut, near Hall 
Derbyshire Ann, widow of William, h. Pine, cor. Lowell 
Derbyshire Frederick W., at American Watch Tool Co., 
boards Pine, corner Lowell [Beech 

Derbyshire George, works Am. Watch Co., h. High, near 



56 WALTHAM [D] DIRECTORY. 

Derbyshire Joseph (Derbyshire & Farnsworth), boots 

and shoes, 71 Moody, rooms 8 Chestnut 
Derbyshire & Farnsworth (Joseph Derbyshire and Henry 

A. Farnsworth), boots and shoes, 71 Moody 
Dermody James, traveling agent A. Warren, h. 48 Church 
Dermody Joseph, student, boards 48 Church 
Deshon Frank C. (F. C. Deshon & Co.), dry goods, 12 
Elm, rooms 19 Crescent 

DESHON F. C. & CO. ( Frank C. Deshon), dry 
goods, 12 Elm (see page 4) 
Desmond Cornelius, laborer, house Charles, n. Harvard 
Devanna David, janitor Chemistry school-house, boards 

46 Central 
Deveney Malachi, laborer, house Day, corner Clinton 
Deveney Owen, laborer, boards Malachi Deveney's, Day 
Devine John, at Boston Mnfg. Co., boards 24 River 
Devine John, at Boston Mnfg. Co., boards 13 River 
Devine Matthew, laborer, house Charles, opp. Grant 
Devlin Patrick, at bleachery, h. Newton, near the bridge 
Dexter William, weaver, boards 26 River 
Dickinson Guy V.. at American Watch Co., boards Geo. 

W. Daniels', School 
Dickson William H., watchmaker American Watch Co., 

house Chestnut, near Crescent 
Dill Brothers (Nathaniel A. and Edwin I. Dill), bakers, 

Moody, near Pine 
Dill Edwin I. (Dill Brothers), baker, Moody, near Pine, 

rooms 17 Crescent 
Dill Nathaniel A. (Dill Brothers), baker, Moody, near 

Pine, house at Everett 
Dillingham Edmund R., at Boston Manufacturing Co., 

house rear Beaver Brook station 
Dinsmore Rebecca F., widow of Daniel C, house Taylor, 

near Lowell 
Dix Abby H., widow of John A., house Floyd, n. Charles 
Dix Charles, house 19 Newton 
Dodd Mary, widow of Peter, house rear 11 Middle 
Dodge Mary E., Waltham New Church school, boarding 

(boys), near Lexington 
Dodge Silas P., farmer, house Bacon, near Dale 
Dodge William, at Am. Watch Co., boards 95 Crescent 
Doe Ellen, widow of John, house 22 Adams 
Doe Eugene M., at Am. Watch Co., boards 22 Adams 
Doe Robert M., laborer, house Water, near Felton 
Doherty Cornelius R., carpenter, house Foundry avenue 
Doherty Margaret, widow of Hugh, house head of Dale 
Doherty Martin J., clerk T. F. Hughes, boards Mary 

Doherty's, Oak 
Doherty Mary, widow of Dominick, h. Cedar, n. Oak 



WALTHAM [D] DIRECTORY 57 

Doherty Mary, widow of Thomas, house Oak, near Cedar 
Dolan Bridget, widow of John, house School, near Grant 
Dolan John, blacksmith, house Pond, near Exchange 
Dolan John W., at American Watch Co., boards Bridget 

Dolan's, School 
Dolan Thomas B., moulder, bds. Thomas Eaton's, Cross 
Dolber Geo. E., at Am. Watch Co.,b. Moody, opp. Brown 
Dole John, laborer E. N. Peirce, Quince, boards do. 
Dolphin Thomas, at American Watch Co., boards Edwin 

J. Libby's, Orange 
Donahoe James F., laborer, b. Patrick Donahoe's, Bacon 
Donahoe John, laborer, house Bolton, near Newton 
Donahoe Mary, widow, house School, near Spring 
Donahoe Michael, laborer, h. South Harvard, n. F. R. R. 
Donahoe Nora, widow of John, h. Main, cor. Exchange 
Donahoe Patrick, stone-mason, house Bacon, near Pond 
Donahue Henry, shoemaker, rms. Patrick Conley's, Felton 
Donahue John, at Boston Manufacturing Co., b. 24 River 
Donahue John, blacksmith, Felton, cor. Fountain, h. do. 
Donlan Andrew, grocer, School, nearly opposite Spring, 

boards Luke Whalen's, rear School 
Donlan Jas., blacksmith, b. Wm. G. Eastman's, r. Bacon 
Donlan Lawrence, laborer, house off Winter, near West 
Donlan Michael, farmhand, house 114 School 
Donlan Michael, farmhand, house Pond, near Exchange 
Donlan Patrick, laborer, house Pond, near Exchange 
Donlon Anthony, cigars, tobacco, etc., 53 Moody, near 

Crescent, boards Patrick Don Ion's, Charles 
Donlon Patrick, laborer, house Charles, near Mechanic 
Donlon William, clerk Thomas E. Deehan, boards P. 

Donlon's, Charles 
Donnell Emily C. Mrs., house Moody, near Chestnut 
Donnell Ernest D., at American Watch Co., boards Mrs. 

Emily C. Donnell's, Moody 
Donnolly Hugh, restaurant, Willow, c. Foundry av.,h.do. 
Donovan Annie M. Miss, fancy goods, 309 Main, house 

River, opposite bleachery 
Donovan Jerry, house Spring, near School 
Donovan Jerry A., carriage-trimmer, h.Charles, opp. Grant 
Donovan John, at Roberts paper mill, house South, near 

Roberts mill 
Doran Alfred, at American Watch Co., house 47 Brown 
Doty Charles, carpenter, bds. Geo. W. Rogers', r. Newton 
Douris Michael, at B. Mnfg. Co., h. Newton, n. the bridge 
Doughty Charles J. jr., watchmaker American Watch 

Co., house Warren avenue 
Douglas Fred C, machinist, h. r. 22 Walnut, n. Adams 
Douglas Henry, machinist, house Newton, n. the bridge 
Douglas Wm., at American Watch Co., bds. 38 River 



58 WALTHAM [])] DIEECTOEY. 

Dow Edward M., clerk L. C. Taylor, house 199 Main, 

corner Lyman 
Dow Frank P., bookkeeper F. Buttrick, b. 14 Lexington 
Dowdell John, watchman at bleachery, h. River, n.Willow 
Dowdell John S., clerk at the bleachery, boards John 

Dowdell's, River 
Dowe Saloma W., widow of David W., boards F. A. 

Ensworth's, Adams 
Downing Bartholomew, laborer, house Oak, cor. Cedar 
Downing Ellen, wid. of Bartholomew, h. Oak, cor. Cedar 
Downing Robert F., painter, house Oak, near Cedar 
Doyle James, laborer, house Cedar, corner Oak 
Doyle Peter P., clerk (164 Washington, B.), h. 20 Cross 
Doyle Thomas, laborer, house Charles, opp. Williams 
Drake Bradford W., principal North grammar school, 

boards J. E. Soper's, Lexington 
Draper Fred. E., bookkeeper at the bleachery, boards 24 
Prospect [h. 24 Prospect 

Draper Whiting S., com. traveler (291 Commercial, B.), 
Drillio Isabelle M. Mrs., house 51 Central 
Driscoll James, moulder, house Felton, opp. Fountain 
Driscoll John, laborer, house Williams, near Felton 
Driscoll Mark, farmer, house North, between Lexington 

and Smith 
Driscoll Patrick, laborer, house Foundry avenue 
Drown Linus, at Am. Watch Co., rooms 6 Maple 
Drum James, laborer, house North, near Forest 
Drummey Patrick, machinist, house Sun, near F. R. R. 
t)uane Mary Mrs., house Bolton, corner Day 
Duane Patrick J., at B. Mnfg. Co., boards Mary Duane's, 
Bolton [Moody 

Ducldleston Hugh, at Am. Watch Co., h. East Brown, n. 
Duddy John, laborer, house Calvary, near F. R. R. 
Duddy Martin, laborer, house Calvary, near Cedar 
Dudley Chas., at Am. Watch Co., b. Exchange, n. School 
Dudley Geo. A., machinist, b. Jas. H. Dudley's, Exchange 
Dudley James H., house Exchange, near School 
Dudley Wm. W., at Am. Watch Co., house 32 Brown 
Duffey Michael, laborer, house Foundry avenue 
Duffey Thomas, laborer, house Foundry avenue 
Duffy Francis, at American Watch Co., house rear Beav- 
er Brook station 
Dugan John, laborer, house River, near Willow 
Dugan Michael, laborer, house 2 Long block, Elm 
Dugan Patrick, laborer, boards Bridget Laughlin's, Foun- 
dry avenue 
Duncan Henry C, machinist at American Watch Co., 

house Walnut, corner Adams 
Duncanson George M., carpenter, h. Benefit, n. Newton 



WALTIIAM [E] DIRECTORY. 59 

Dunham Thomas F., at American Watch Co., boards 

Mrs. M. M. Hamilton's, Maple 
Dcmlap Jas. H., coachman for G. VV. Lyman, Lyman, b. do. 
Dunlevy Martin, farmhand at Chas. V. Stearns', Winter 
Dunning Frank B., brakeman F. R. R., h. 18 Cross 
Dunning Robert B., at American Watch Co., house 

Chestnut, near Crescent [Adams 

Dupee Geo. EL, at Am. Watch Co., h. 39 Brown, corner 
Durgin Chas. W., at Am. Watch Co., h. Alder, c. Beech 
DuRoy John B., confectioner, house 4 Elm 
Durst Joseph, at American Watch Co., boards John Jen- 

ison jr.'s, dishing 
DuSolle Harry, at Am. Watch Co., boards 25 Brown 
Dustin Elizabeth, wid. of Jonathan, h. Brown, n. Moody 

DUTCH FRANCIS M. (Rand & Dutch), provis- 
ions, Lexington, house Newton, n. Main (see p. 299) 
Dutch John S., tinsmith, 389 Main, house Crescent, near 

Moody [c. Chestnut 

Dutton Frank, works at American Watch Co., h. Moody, 
Dwelle Elizabeth, wid. of Geo. B., h. Chestnut, c. Hall 
Dwyer Jane, widow of Jeremiah, house rear 411 Main 
Dwyer John, house Cutter, near Newton 
Dwyer Lizzie E. Mrs., teacher private school, 64 School, 

house do. 
Dwyer Patrick F., carpenter, house Cedar, near Oak 
Dyer Spencer O., clergyman, house 64 School 
Dyer Win., at Am. Watch Co., h. Felton, opp. Fountain 
Dyke Charles J., machinist, house 35 Crescent 

EAGAN JOHN", laborer, house rear 13 Middle 
Eagan John, laborer, house Newton, near the bridge 
Eagle Martin, laborer, house Foundry avenue 
Earl A. N., at Am. Watch Co., b. F.E. Stevens', Adams 
Earl George, farmhand for Wm. Harding, Grove, bds. do. 
Earley Ellen Miss, house Water, near Felton 
Eastman Enos, at American Watch Co., boards 74 Ash 
Eastman George, at American Watch Co., house 74 Ash 
Eastman Horace, fireman F. H. R., boards 28 River 
Eastman William G., carpenter, house rear 6 Bacon 
Eaton Bros. (L. Arthur and E. Augustus Eaton), provis- 
ions, Moody, corner Taylor 
Eaton Charles I., works American Watch Co., house 
Taylor, corner Lowell [Crescent 

Eaton Cyrus P., works Am. Watch Co., b. C. V. Woerd's, 
Eaton E. Augustus (Eaton Bros.), provisions, Moody, 

corner Taylor, boards do. 
Eaton Edward, gardener for B. B. Sewall, 7 Bacon, b. do. 
Eaton Edgar C, driver Delano's Express, boards T. G. 
Otte's, Harvard avenue 



60 WALTHAM [J]] DIRECTORY. 

Eaton Francis H., machinist Am. Watch Co., h. 4 Hall 
Eaton Fred. R., at American Watch Co., h. 34 Central 
Eaton James H., driver for G. B. Moore, house rear River 
Eaton Lucius J., farmer for E. N. Peirce, bds. Charles E. 

Grant's, Quince, near North 
Eaton L. Arthur (Eaton Bros.), provisions, Moody, cor- 
ner Taylor, house do. 
Eaton Myron W., at Am. Watch Co., h. Cherry, n. Adams 
Eaton Thomas, laborer, house Cross, corner Central 
Eaton Thomas B. (Eaton & Reed), lawyer, Whitford 

building, 361 Main, house Lexington, corner Dale 
Eaton Willis D., at Am. Watch Co., h. Lowell, n. Taylor 
Eaton & Reed (Thomas B. Eaton and George F. Reed), 

lawyers, Whitford building, 361 Main 
Eaves Frederick, at watch factory (Auburndale), house 

South, near Roberts' crossing 
Eberhart Ariste, engraver (23 Water, B.), house Ash, 

near Adams 
Edes Robert B. (Whitney & Edes), grocer, 113 Moody, 

boards E. S. Stanley's, Grant 
Edgecoinb Chandler E., at American Watch Co., house 

Robbins, near Crescent 
Edmonds John, machinist at the bleachery, h. 23 River 
Edmonds Patrick, at bleachery, h. off Willow, n. River 
Edwards Henry H., at American Watch Co., house 

Chestnut, near Crescent 
Edwards James, dyer B. Mnfg. Co., house 92 School 
Elder Mary Ann Mrs., house 16 Lyman 
Ellis Benjamin F., machinist, house 14 Gordon 
Ellis Charles W. H., at American Watch Co., h. 29 Hall 
Ellis Mnfg. Co., Stephen K. Ellis, rear 238 Main 
Ellis M. & Co., building movers, Main, corner Church 
Ellis Sarah P., widow of John, house 29 Hall 
Ellis Stephen K. (Ellis Mnfg. Co.), r. 238 Main, house 4 

Park place 
Ellison Jas. H., metals (20 Broad, B.), h. Pleasant, n. Main 
Ellsworth James, farmer, h. Lincoln, near Lincoln line 
Elmes Williard, at American Watch Co., rooms Geo. 

A. Locke's, High 
Emerson Alice L. Miss, music teacher, boards 5 Lyman 
Emerson Alvin, house Moody, corner Brown 
Emerson Charles H., house Lexington, near Pond 
Emerson Edgar A., overseer in finishing room, bleachery, 

house River, next to the bleachery [well 

Emerson Edward D. (225 Purchase, B.),h. River, c. Far- 
Emerson George, mason (B.), h. Newton, near Central 
Emerson Lewis, carriagesmith, Heard, near Main, house 

5 Lyman 
Emerson Samuel P., house 23 Church 



WALTHAM [J 1 ] DIRECTORS. 61 

Emerson Susan, widow of Samuel, h. rear 47 Central 
Emerson S.Jarvis, machinist, h. Russell, near Prospect 
Emerson Thomas, farmer, house Main, corner Warren 
Emerson Warren A., boards Sanderson House 
Emerson Warren F. (Clark, Maynard & Co.), dry goods 

and carpetings, Music Hall, Elm, b. Pond, n. Exchange 
Ennis George, at American Watch Co., house 25 Brown 
Ensworth Fred A., at Am. Watch Co., h. Adams, c. Ash 
Erskine Roswell A., machinist, rooms Fred R. Willis', 

Cushing 
Estey Bathsheba Miss, house 16 Cross [South 

Everett George W., at Am. Watch Co., h. Russell, near 

FAHEY BRIDGET MISS, house Oak, near Newton 

Fahey Edward, laborer, house 19 River 

Fahey Edward, laborer, house Cedar, near Oak 

Fahey Hannah, wid. of Michael, h. Willow, near Grove 

Fahey John, laborer, house Bacon, near Pond 

Fahey John J., house Willow, near Grove 

Fahey Patrick, house 3 River avenue 

Fahey Richard, works in the bleachery, house Calvary, 

near Farwell 
Fairbanks Chas. F., at Am. Watch Co., h. Cedar, c. Oak 
Fairbanks Ephraim, dealer in bbls., h. 13 Union, c. Taylor 
Fairbanks Mary A. Mrs., bds. J. M. Peck's, Summer 
Falconbridge George, at B. Mnfg. Co., house 31 River 
Falconbridge Joseph, machinist at Am. Watch Tool Co. 
Fales Edward, at Am. Watch Co., house rear Harvard, 

near Charles 
Fales Thomas F. Rev., rector Christ church, h. 16 Lyman 
Fallon James, laborer, house Willow, near River 
Fallon John, laborer, house Pond, near Bacon 
Fallon John, laborer, house Williams, near F. R. R. 
Fallon Michael, laborer, house Bacon, corner Plympton 
Fallon William, laborer, house Water, near Charles 
Falvey Mrs., house 31 Spring 
Farmer John P. jr., house Charles, corner Floyd 
Farmer Lydia B. Mrs., house Charles, corner Floyd 
Farmer Sarah, widow of Nathaniel, house 16 Chestnut 
Farnham John N., pattern-maker, h. 217 Main, c. Lyman 
Farnsworth Frank H., Cook tree protectors, house Cen- 
tral, near Elm 
Farnsworth Henry A. (Derbyshire & Farnsworth), boots 

and shoes, 71 Moody, house High, corner Lowell 
Farnsworth Jesse E., nurse, boards Charles D. Luce's, 

Moody, corner Robbins 
Farnsworth Jesse E. Mrs., house 19 Exchange 
Farnsworth Oel, farmer, house Dale, near Bacon 
Farnsworth Thomas G., clergyman, h. Central, near Elm 



62 WALTHAM [j?] DIRECTOKY. 

Farnum Charles F., at Am. Watch Co., rms. 27 Adams 
Farnum David W., salesman (90 High, B.), h. 35 Crescent 
Farnnm Gardner D„, foreman sheet iron shop Davis & 

Farnum Mnfg. Co., house Willow, near Main 
Farnum Harry E., at Am. Watch Co., h. Gordon, n. Hal! 

FARNUM JOHN R. (Davis & Farnum Mnfg. Co.), 
Foundry avenue, house Rose hill, Main 
Farnnm William D,, at American Watch Co., house Pine, 

near Gardner 
Farnum Wm. G., at Am. Watch Co., h. Walnut, n. Moody 
Farrington Agnes, widow of Alvin, h. High, n. Moody 
Farrington Arabella A. Miss, boards E. Sumner Farring- 

ton's, North 
Farrington Barbara C, teacher Phillips school (Phillips, 

B.), boards Mrs. Agnes Farrington's, High 
Farrington Charles W„, at American Watch Co., house 

rear Harvard, near Charles 
Farrington Eben R., leather (219 North, B.), boards Mrs. 

Agnes Farrington's, High 
Farrington E. Sumner, farmer, h. North, below Forest 
Farrington Henry E., at American Watch Co., boards 

Charles W. Farrington's, Harvard 
Farrington J. Henry, house High, near Moody 
Farrington Louisa, widow of Abel, h. North, below Forest 
Farrington Willis S., at American Watch Co., house 

Taylor, near Moody 
Farris Henry, at Am. Watch Co., bds. Shawmut House 
Farwell Charlotte F. Miss, house 60 Central 
Farwell Emily Miss, house 48 Central 
Farwell Frances P., widow of Jacob, h. South, n. Charles 
Farwell George O., engineer F. R. R,, h. Newton, n. Main 
Farwell Lydia E., widow of Isaac, h. Main, cor. Warren 
Fawson Charles, at Am. Watch Co., house 59 Ash 
Fay John, laborer, house Exchange, near Pond 
Fay Martin, laborer, house Charles, corner Williams 
Fay Michael, milk driver, house Spring, corner Middle 
Fay Patrick, laborer, house River, n. F. R. R. 
Feeney Martin, house 22 River 

Feeney Patrick J., machinist John Stark, bds. 39 River 
Feeny Michael, laborer, house near Beaver Brook station 
Feeny Patrick, laborer, house rear 411 Main 
Felt Albert A., machinist American Watch Tool Co., 

rooms 12 Cherry [Adams 

Felt John, at Am. Watch Co., rooms Mrs. A. M. Clapp's, 
FeltonAlda M. Mrs., nurse, boards 13 Hall 
Fenner G, at Am. Watch Co., rooms 34 Adams 
Fernald Anna Miss, teacher primary school No. 10, boards 

2 Park place 
Ferguson Celia C, widow of Joseph, house Crescent, 

opposite Walnut 



WALTHAM [P] DIRECTORY. 63 

Fernald Delia G., widow of James, house 2 Park place 
Fernald Richard W., works American Watch Tool Co., 

boards 26 Walnut 
Fewkes Lewis, at Am. Watch Co., b. S. M. Jenks', Moody 
Fiel Geo. A., clerk (Jones, McDuffie & Stratton, B.), b. 

G. T. Fiel's, Ru«sell 

FIEL GEORGE T., crockery and kitchen furnish- 
ing goods, 411 Main, house Russell, near Harvard 

(see page 296) 
Field Emma, widow of Edward H., house 4 Gordon 
Field George K., restaurant, Common, corner Main, h. 

10 Newton 
Field Henry, painter, rooms John S. Winslow's, Pine 
Fielding Maurice D., at Am. Watch Co., rooms Geo. E. 

Newton's, Cherry 
Filson Robert, in the bleachery, h. Central, cor. Heard 
Fiison William, boards Robert Filson's, Central 
Finan Rhoderick, moulder, b, Thomas Griffin's, Newton 
Finerty Patrick, hostler J. A. Cheney, house rear Beaver 

Brook station 
Finnegan Ann, widow of Patrick, h. Fountain, n. Charles 
Finnegan Ellen, widow of Michael F., h. Middle,n. Spring 
Finnegan James F., hairdresser, boards Mrs. Ann Fin- 

negan's, Fountain 
Finnegan John, laborer, house Spring, opposite Middle 
Finnegan Joseph P., hairdresser, 301 Main, boards Mrs. 

Ann Finnegan's, Fountain 
Finnegan Michael, house 96 School 
Finnegan Patrick, laborer, house Bolton, near Newton 
Finton William, at Am. Watch Co., boards John J. Wal- 
lace's, Ferren [ry, n. Adams 
Fisher Clarence H., at American Watch Co., h. 12 Cher- 
Fisher Frank P., at Am. Watch Co., boards 35 Adams 
Fisher George A., clerk at Joseph Fisher's, b. 164 School 
Fisher Henry N. (W. L. Fisher & Co.), also at American 

Watch Co., house 44 Crescent, corner Chestnut 
Fisher James H., works Am. Watch Co., house 27 Maple 
Fisher John, at Am. Watch Co., b. Mrs. Far well's, South 
Fisher John C, boarding-house, Charles, cor. Mechanic 
Fisher Joseph, cigars and tobacco, Main, near Moody, 

house 164 School 
Fisher Mary E., widow of Win, H., boards 25 Brown 

FISHER WILLARD L. (W. L. Fisher & Co.), 
periodicals, fancy goods, etc., Main, cor. Church, h. 
20 Chestnut, near Adams (see page 303) 

FISHER W. L. & CO. (Willard L. and Henry 
N. Fisher), periodicals and fancy goods, Main, corner 
Church 
Fisk Eliza J. Miss, house 487 Main 



64 WALTHAM [J 1 ] DIRECTORT. 

Fiske Abby Miss, house Winter, near West 

Fiske Arthur H., clerk (33 South, B.), boards 14 Lyman 

Fiske Caroline M., widow of Calvin, house Lexington, n. 

Main 
Fiske Charles D., farmer, house Moody, opp. Crescent 
Fiske Eben W., sheriff Middlesex County (office Court 

House, East Cambridge), house 14 Lyman 
Fiske Elliot W., clerk (27 High, B.), boards Mrs. Calvin 

Fiske's, Lexington [Lyman 

Fiske E. Winslow jr., bookkeeper (52 Union, B.), bds. 14 
Fiske George S., journalist (255 Washington, B.), boards 

14 Lyman 
Fiske Grace Miss, house Winter, near West 
Fiske Henry L, farmer, house 8 Harvard avenue 
Fiske Horatio N., provisions (2 F. H. Sq. market, B.), 

house Bacon, near Dale 
Fiske Lyman, farmer, house Weston, above South 
Fiske Theodore, farmer, house Weston, above South 
Fitzgerald Ellen, house 37 River 

Fitzgerald James, weaver B. Mnfg. Co., boards 37 River 
Fitzgerald Mary, widow of Edward, boards 37 River 
Fitzgerald Patrick, teamster, house Newton, c. Chestnut 
Fitzgerald Patrick F., machinist John Stark, boards New- 
ton, corner Chestnut 
Fitzgerald Richard, driver for Weeks & Co., b. Geo. E. 

Rogers', off Newton 
Flagg Augustus, bookseller (254 Washington, B.), house 

Forest, corner North 

FLAGG BROS. (George A. and Wm. H. Flagg), 
carriage mnfrs., Charles, c. Harvard (see page 304) 
Flagg George A. (Flagg Bros.), carriage mnfr., Charles, 

corner Harvard, house Floyd, near Russell 
Flagg Mario A., carriage painter Flagg Bros., boards 

Geo. A. Flagg's, Floyd 
Flagg Sarah, widow of Elisha, house Forest, cor. North 
Flagg William H. (Flagg Bros.), carriage mnfr., Charles, 

corner Harvard, house Floyd, near Russell 
Flaherty Daniel, at bleachery, b. Mary A. Rogers', Oak 
Flaherty Margaret, wid. of Thomas, h. 9 Long blk., Elm 
Flannery Mary, widow of Lawrence, h. Friend, n. John 
Flannery Mary, widow of Patrick, house 31 Spring 
Flannery Michael, provisions, house Felton, n. Prospect 
Flannery Patrick, plasterer, house Exchange, cor. Pond 
Flarity John, works bleachery, h. Newton, opp. Calvary 
Flf mining Charles, at Am. Watch Co.,b. Shawmut House 
Fletcher Eunice H., widow of Oliver R., house Bacon, 

corner School 
Fletcher Will L., at Am. Watch Co., rooms 6 Maple 
Flint Melvin M., carpenter, house Harvard, near Charles 



WALTHAM [P] DIRECTORY. 65 

Flint Villa A. Miss, bookkeeper Clark, Maynard & Co., 

boards D. W. Williams', School 
Flohr John W., moulder, house Foundry avenue 
Flohr William, moulder, b. John W. Flohr's, Foundry av. 
Flood James, in bleachery, h. off Willow, n. Foundry av. 
Flood John, works in bleachery, h. off Willow, n. River 
Flood John B., works in bleachery, h. Willow, near River 
Flood Patrick, bootmaker, Church, near Main, boards do. 
Floyd Angelina, widow of Andrew, house Summer, near 

Lexington 
Floyd Anna R., widow of Albert, house 12 Lyman 
Floyd Charles A., painter, house Pond, near Exchange 
Floyd Henry, carpenter, b. Chas. H. Weston's, Robbins 
Floyd Roscoe M., at American Watch Co., boards Chas. 

Weston's, Robbins 
Floyd Walter P., house 40 School 
Flynn John F., carpenter, house Foundry avenue 
Flynn Julia, widow of Cornelius, h. Charles, opp. Harvard 
Flynn Mary, widow of Thomas, h. Spring, cor. Middle 
Flynn Patrick, house 201 Main 

Flynn Patrick J., carpenter, h. Newton, opp. Calvary 
Flynn Thomas, at American Watch Co., boards Mrs. 

Mary Flynn's, Spring 
Flynn Wm., carpenter, b. John F. Flynn's, Foundry av. 
Fogerty John, laborer, house Willow, near River 
Fogg Charles W., house Summer, corner Church 
Foley Catherine F. Miss, housekeeper for Mrs. L. B. 

Sewall, Main 
Foley Fred J., at Am. Watch Co., b. E. Rose's, High 
Foley Marcus, fisherman, house Day, near Bolton 
Foley Mary Miss, operative B. Mnfg. Co., house School, 

opp. Spring [Warren's, Summer 

Follett James W., dry goods, 291 Main, boards H. F. 

FOLSOM GEORGE C, dry goods, Glidden's 
block, 105 Moody (see page 7) 
Forbes John T., hostler J. A. Cheney, Church, rins. do. 
Forbes William, at B. Mnfg. Co., house River, n. F. R. R. 
Ford Harry A., clerk (33 Pearl, B.), house r. 49 Central 
Ford Herbert M., clerk (65 Franklin, B.), b. r. 49 Central 
Ford John, laborer, house Willow, near Main 
Ford John, laborer, house Parker's lane 
Ford Michael, laborer, house Benefit, near Newton 
Ford Orville L. Mrs., widow, Waltham New Church 

boarding-school (girls), house Lexington, n. Bacon 
Ford Rosanna, widow, house Felton, n. South Harvard 
Ford Wm., at B. Mnfg. Co., b.Mrs. Rosanna Ford's, Felton 
Ford William, laborer, boards Rosanna Ford's, Felton 
Forrester Channing M., hairdresser, boards James Man- 
ton's, Exchange 



66 WALTHAM [f] DIRECTORY. 

Forsyth Jane, widow of Thomas, house River, c. Willow 
Forsyth Jane Miss, boards Jane Forsyth's, River 
Forsyth Robert, laborer, house River, corner Willow 
Forsyth William J., at B. Mnf'g. Go., house Parker's lane 
Foss Charles H., dye house, 16|- Elm, h. Main, c. Church 
Foss George H., machinist American Watch Co., house 

Chestnut, near Moody 
Foss Harry, at American Watch Co., 
Foster Dan P., mechanic, house Charles, near Prospect 
Foster Eben E., at B. Mnfg. Co., h. 48 Pine, opp. Lowell 
Foster Fanny D., widow of Abraham, boards J. P. No- 
ble's, East Ash 
Foster Frank A., physician, Crescent, near Moody, h. do. 
Foster John, conductor F. R. R., h. 4 Maple, n. Moody 
Foster John G., carpenter, bds. John W. Foster's, Charles 
Foster John W., blacksmith, house Charles, opp. Harvard 
Foster Lebbeus S. (M. S. Foster & Son), grocer, Main, 

corner Linden, boards M. S. Foster's, Linden 
Foster Lizzie P. Miss, house Adams, corner Orange 
Foster Lucinda H. Miss, dressmaker, 16 Liberty, h. do. 
Foster Lucy K., widow of Eli, house Maple, near Moody 
Foster Matthias S. (M. S. Foster & Son), grocer, Main, 

corner Linden, house Linden, near Main 
Foster Mattie E., clerk, 105 Moody, boards 22 Crescent 
Foster M. S. & Son (Matthias S. and Lebbeus S. Foster), 

grocers, Main, corner Linden 
Foster Reuben B., produce commissioner (65 and 67 Clin- 
ton, B.), house Main, near Grant 
Foster Wendell P., watchmaker, h. Charles, n. Prospect 
Fourcy Annette B., widow of Henry, house Gilead av. 
Fourcy Henry A., at American Watch Co., boards Mrs. 

A. B. Fourcy's, Gilead avenue 
Foye George F., conductor F. R. R., boards 11 Cushing 
Foysy Antoine, carpenter Geo. D. Taylor, r. Music Hall, 

boards 14 Elm 
Francis Addie E., teacher Heard street primary school, 

boards Mrs. A. E. Francis', Main 
Francis Adeline E., widow of Geo., h. Main, n. Prospect 
Francis William H., works Am. Watch Co., h. 92 Moody 
Frankfeld Hugo, at American Watch Co., b. 91 Crescent 
Fraser Archibald, laborer, house rear 103 School 
Fraser John, carpenter, house Main, corner Grant 
Fraser John W., laborer, house Charles, near Water 

FRASER KATE M., ice-cream and confectionery, 
Music Hall block, Elm, house do. (see page 309) 
Fraser Simon, carpenter, house Main, corner Grant 
Fraser William W., carpenter, house Main, corner Grant 
Fredericks Rebecca P., widow of Charles, boards Charles 
H. Emerson's, Lexington 



WALTHAM [(}] DIRECTORY. 67 

Freeman Alfred, carpenter, boards 73 Moody 
Freeman Ezra, tinsmith W. B. Knapp, h. Pine, n. F. R.R. 
French Cyrus W., carpenter, house Moody, n. Robbins 
French Daniel, lawyer, 6 Central block, Main, house Main, 

corner Harvard 
French Edward M., works F. K. Sibley, bds. 12 Spruce 
Friebe Samuel, works American Watch Co., house Rob- 
bins, near Crescent 
Friend Geo. W., watchmaker, h. Moody, cor. East Ash 
Fritz Frederick, baker, 23 Charles 
Frost Clarence A., farmer, house Dale, near Bacon 
Frost Florence E. Miss, teacher West intermediate school 
No. 6, boards 77 Lexington 

FROST G. FRANK, coal, wood and hay, corner 
Moody and F. R. R., house Bacon, near Lexington 

(see page 295) 
Frost Geo. M., clerk (B.), boards 2 Cross, corner Main 
Frost John M., house 2 Cross, corner Main 
Frost John M. jr., at Am. Watch Co., b. 2 Cross, c. Main 
Frost Leonard P., clergyman, house 77 Lexington 
Frost Lillian N., teacher, boards 77 Lexington 
Frost M. Addie Miss, teacher South grammar school, 

boards 77 Lexington 
Frost Sarah E. Miss, teacher North grammar school, 

boards 77 Lexington 
Frost Willard A., draughtsman (12 Post-office square, 

B.), boards Mrs. Sarah Hastings', Lexington 
Frost Wm. P., stone-mason, house 43 Central 
Frothingham C. J. Mrs., milliner, 293 Main, h. 314 do. 
Frothingham Daniel D., apothecary, 357 Main, h. 314 do. 
Frye Charles G., house 24 Lexington 
Fuller Daniel D., at American Watch Co., house Chest- 
nut, near Hall [Shawmut House 
Fuller Isaac W., machinist American Watch Co., boards 
Fuller Joshua T., bookkeeper (30 Pemberton square, B.), 

house Maple, near Crescent 
Fuller Wm. G., baker Dill Bros., b. Wm. Owens', Moody 
Fullerton Bradford M., pastor Trinitarian Congregational 

church, house 3 Lyman 
Furbush Frank E., at American Watch Co., boards Mrs. 

Sarah Furbush's, Plympton 
Furbush George W., at American Watch Co., boards 

Mrs. Sarah Furbush's, Plympton 
Furbush James L., carpenter, bds. Plympton, n. Bacon 
Furbush Sarah, widow of Richard, h. Plympton, n. Bacon 

GAFFEE MARY, wid. o£John, h. Calvary, n. Friend 
Galbraith John, manufacturer lightning rods, 2 Liberty, 
near Main, house do. 



68 WALTHAM [(}] DIEECTORT. 

Gale Horace A., painter, house 17 Cross 

Gale Jacob, farmer, house Lincoln, near North 

Gale Sarah B., widow, of Samuel, house 17 Cross 

Gallagher James, machinist at the bleachery, house rear 

River, near bleachery 
Gallagher Mary, widow of Mathew, house 122 School 
Gallagher Wm., laborer, h. South Harvard, n. F. R. R, 
Gallant Wm., carpenter at bleachery, h. Oak, n. Cedar 
Gallaway Charles, at bleachery, house Parker's lane 
Gamble Henry, at bleachery, house 5 River avenue 
Gammon Oscar M., at American Watch Co., boards Wm. 

A. Austin's, Charles 
Gannon Patrick, laborer, house Cedar, near Calvary 
Gardner Francis, house Bolton, near Newton 
Gardner Frank, harnessmaker, Main, opposite Newton, 

house Willow, near River 
Gardner John, laborer, house rear Beaver Brook station 
Gardner Joseph B., manager Suburban Telephone Co. 

(24 Congress, B.), house 224 Main 
Gardner Michael, carpenter, house Grove, near Willow 
Garfield Asaph M., engineer pumping station Waltham 

water works, off South, house do. 
Garfield Caroline L. Mrs., house Weston, near South 
Garfield Frank T., watchman at bleachery, house River, 

near Willow [Gordon 

Garfield John C, watchman Am. Watch Co., h. Hall, n. 
Garfield Mary M., house Weston, near South 
Garfield Wm. B., watchmaker (J. V. Kettells, 376 

Washington, B.), house head of Dale 
Garner Ann Mrs., house Water, near Felton 
Garrison Fred., at American Watch Co., bds. 95 Crescent 
Garrity Lawrence, lather, house rear 411 Main, n. Spring 
Garrity Patrick, laborer, house Spring, opposite Middle 
Gates John C, musician, house Moody, opposite High 
Gault James, farmer, house Plympton 
Gaut Frank S., at Am. Watch Co., boards 8 Crescent 
Gay Nathan U., house 23 Maple 

Geeles John, fireman Am. Watch Co., h. Oak, cor. Moore 
Geer William, at Am. Watch Co., boards 10 Chestnut 
Gendeger Frederick, baker, boards 23 Charles 
Gendrick Wm., at B. Mnfg. Co., h. Felton, n. Mechanic 
Gerald Edward P., house 23 Charles 
Gerald Ruth P., widow of Wm. L., house 21 Chestnut 
Gerald Vincent, at Am. Watch Co., h. Adams, n. Maple 
Gerald Wm. A., watchmaker American Watch Co., house 

Adams, corner Brown 
Gerald Wm. F., at American Watch Co., boards Wm. A. 

Gerald's, Adams 
Gerritson Chas., at Am. Watch Co., b. Shawraut House 






WALTHAM [Q] DIEECTORY. 69 

Gerritson Fred, at Am. Watch Co., rooms 20 Maple 
Gerritson Henry H., at American Watch Co., boards Mrs. 

E. Dwelle's, Chestnut 
Gerritson Walter, at Am. Watch Co., rooms 94 Moody- 
Gerry George A., at Am. Watch Co., boards 3 Union 
Gerry James, lather, house Newton, near Benefit 
Getchell Charles E., master mechanic bleachery and dye 

house, house River, near Willow 
Getchell Sumner, cabinetmaker, Smyth's block, Moody, 

house 5 Cherry 
Gibbens John, laborer, house 105 School 
Gibbons Catharine, widow of John, house 107 School 
Gibbons Edward, at Am. Watch Co., h. rear 28 Bacon 
Gibbons Wm., works in the bleachery, h.Willow,n. Grove 
Gibbs Edson A., at Am. Watch Co., house 12 Chestnut 
Gibbs Edwin A., produce, boards H. A. Wellington's, 

Moody, opposite High 
Gibbs Frank F., clerk Gibbs & Co., express, 9 Church, 

house Main, junction Weston 
Gibbs Harry F., bookkeeper at American Watch Tool 

Co., boards 11 Church 

GIBBS JOSEPH F., cashier Waltham National 
Bank, house Dale, west of Bacon 
Gibbs Lavina W., widow of Seth W., house 12 Chestnut 
Gibbs Wm. (Gibbs & Co. Express), 9 Church, b. 11 do. 

GIBBS & CO. EXPRESS(Wm. Gibbs),9 Church, 
and (105 Arch, 34 Court sq., and 25 Merchants Row, 
B.) (see page 296) 
Gibson Charles A., at American Watch Co., h. 45 Ash 
Gibson Edward W., house 224 Main, corner Heard 
Gibson Everett A., at Am. Watch Co., boards 88 Moody 
Gilbert Arthur M., at American Watch Co., house Cres- 
cent, near Moody 
Gilbert Fred. R., clerk (60 India square, B.), boards 

John Gilbert's, Main 
Gilbert John, house Main, near Willow 
Gilbert Mary J. Mrs., boards 78 School 
Gilford Ellen Mrs., house 11 Cross [Adams 

Gilford Fred, at Am. Watch Co., rooms D. A. Carrier's, 
Gill Hugh, stone-cutter, house Oak, corner Acorn 
Gill John, stone-cutter, house Oak, opposite Acorn 
Gill Joseph, stone-cutter, house John, near Moore 
Gill Michael J., stone-cutter, house John 
Gill Peter, stone-cutter, house Oak, near Acorn 

GILL. ROBERT M., granite dealer, Newton, op- 
posite Pine, house do. (see page 306) 
Gill Thomas, at American Watch Co., house 93 Crescent 
Gillen Andrew, tailor, rear 343 Main, boards John Mc- 
Killoh's, Bacon 



70 WALTH1M [Q] DJKECTORY. 

Gillen Patrick, painter, rooms Henry O. Bean's, Taylor 
Gilligan Patrick J M laborer, house School, opp. Spring 
Gilligan Thomas, laborer, house School, opposite Spring 
Gillispie Grace, wid. of James, b. Patrick Joyce's, Bolton 
Gillispie James C., carpenter, b. Patrick Joyce's, Bolton 
Gilmore Patrick, laborer, house Water, near Felton 
Gilson Andrew L., teamster, boards 48 Church 
Gilson Charles B., at American Watch Co., boards L. 

Gilson's, Maple, corner Adams 
Gilson Frank J., loom-fixer B. Mnfi?. Co., h. Ferren, c. Sun 
Gilson Joseph, carpenter, house School, near Bacon 
Gilson Lemuel, shoemaker, basement 111 Moody, house 

Adams, corner Maple 
Gilson Mary, widow of Peter, house Ferren, near Sun 
Gilson Michael, laborer, house 48 Church 
Gilson Owen J., moulder, house rear 13 Middle 
Gilson Patrick, boards Mary Gilson's, Sun 
Glancy Patience, widow of Bernard, house 9 Hall 
Glancy Robert, carpenter, house 9 Hall 
Glancy Thomas, machinist, house Taylor, corner Lowell 
Glazier Fred. P., student, boards 276 Main 
Glazier Norman L., trader, house 276 Main 
Gleason Dennis, at bleachery, b. Michael Slattery's, Felton 
Gleason Dennis, house Cedar, near Calvary [vary 

Gleason John T., at bleachery, b. Patrick Gleason's, Cal- 
Gleason Lewis P., boots and shoes, Main, corner Lexing- 
ton, house 30 Lexington 
Gleason Matthew F., laborer, b. Dennis Gleason's, Cedar 
Gleason Patrick, works in the bleachery, house Calvary, 

near F. R. R. 
Glen Daniel, at chalk factory, house Main, corner Grant 
Giidden Fred, at Am. Watch Co., boards 26 Walnut 
Glidden John (J. Giidden & Son), grocer, Moody, near 

Spruce, house do. 
Giidden John E. (J. Giidden & Son), grocer, Moody, near 

Spruce, house Moody, corner Spruce 
Giidden J. & Son (John and John E. Giidden), grocers, 

Moody, near Spruce 
Glines Fred S., at Am. Watch Co., rooms 8 Chestnut 
Glover Mary P., widow of George, house 75 Moody 
Glynn Daniel, laborer, house 19 Middle 
Glynn James, at bleachery, house Parker's lane 
Glynn Jerry, laborer, house Felton, near Williams 
Glynn John, clerk M. T. Connelly, Charles, house Felton, 

near Williams 
Glynn John, laborer, house Calvary, near Newton 
Glynn Michael, clerk, 4 Eagle block, Main, boards Mur- 
phy Glynn's, South Harvard 
Glynn Murphy, laborer, h. South Harvard, near Felton 



WALTHAM [(}] DIRECTORY. 71 

Glynn Thomas, at Am. Watch Co., h. Pine, cor. Gardner 
Gobel Harry, at Am. Watch Co.,b. Mrs. Farwell's, South 
Godber George, house Newton, near (Central 
Godber John, weaver, house Willow, near Main 
Goddard Frederick E., at Am. Watch Co., h. East Ash 
Goldsmith George T., at Am. Watch Co., h. 10 Adams 
Goldth wait George D., works American Watch Co., house 

Taylor, near Lowell 
Goldth wait Thomas Rev., house Taylor, near Lowell 
Goodell Bard well A., tools and watch hands (Winches- 
ter), house foot of Myrtle 
Goodell Rowland E., watchmaker's tools, boards B. A. 

Good ell's, Myrtle 
Gooding Fred. M., boards James B. Gooding's, Crescent 
Gooding James B., house Cres-cent, opposite Maple 
Goodnow Caroline S., wid. of Edward, h. School, n. Lyman 
Goodnow Frank E., at Am. Watch Co., h. 114 Charles 
Goodnow Fred. W. ( W. Goodnow & Son), 284 Main, h. 

Main, opposite Spring 
Goodnow Hannah, widow of Albert, house 114 Charles 
Goodnow Hannah F., widow of Maynard, h. 16 Adams 
Goodnow Louisa A., wid. of Wm., h. Main, opp. Spring 

GOODNOW WM. & SON (Fred. W. Goodnow), 
furniture dealers and undertakers, 284 Main (see 

page 299) [Weymouth's, Taylor 

Goodrich Austin B., at Am. Watch Co., rooms Osgood 
Goodrich Eugene C., at American Watch Co., house 

Cherry, near Adams [Lowell 

Goodrich Horace J., at Am. Watch Co., h. High, near 
Goodrich Mary T. Mrs., house Lyman, corner School 
Goodwin Albert M., at American Watch Co., rooms A. 

A. Morse's, Ash 
Goodwin Bedford, carpenter, boards Mt. Pleasant 
Goodwin Elberto T., at American Watch Co., boards D. 

H. Hicks', Robbins 
Gordan Michael, laborer, house Oak, corner Moore 
Gordon Frank H., dial-painter American Watch Co., h. 

Moody, near Chestnut 
Gordon Michael, spinner, house Newton, near Calvary 
Gordon Orville C, machinist at American Watch Co., 

house 27 Adams 
Gordon Patrick, laborer in bleachery, h. River, n. Willow 
Gordon William H., house Crescent, near Moody 
Gorman Ambrose J., at chalk factory, boards Mary Gor- 
man's, Middle [man's, Clinton 
Gorman Dennis, laborer at the bleachery, b. Richard Gor- 
Gorman James, stonecutter, b. Richard Gorman's, Clinton 
Gorman John, trader, house 107 School [h. do. 
Gorman John, junk dealer, r. School, nearly opp. Spring, 



72 WALTHAM [(}] DIRECTORY. 

Gorman Mary, widow of James O., h. Middle, n. Spring 
Gorman Richard, laborer, house Clinton, near Day 
Gorman Richard jr., at bleachery, boards Richard Gor- 
man's, Clinton 
Goss E. L. Mrs., house Weston, near Fiske avenue 
Gould George A., machinist, house Dana, near Lowell 
Gould George P., engineer F. R. R., house 19 Pine 
Gowing Mary, widow of John, b. Mrs. A. Floyd's,Summer 
Graffem Alonzo, painter, boards 28 River 
Gragg Geo. W., at Am. Watch Co., h. Robbins, n. Adams 
Graham James W., lawyer, Main, corner Church, boards 

Sanderson House 
Graham Robert, boards Shawmut House 
Graham William, at Am. Watch Co., b. Shawmut House 
Grant Charles B., dialmaker at E. D. Wetherbee's, house 

Taylor, near Moody 
Grant Charles E., marketman at Elisha N. Peirce's, house 

Quince, near North 
Grant Granville R., at American Watch Co., house Cher- 
ry, near Adams 
Grasset Ellen, widow of Dennis, house 88 Charles 
Grasset Mary, widow of Patrick, house 88 Charles 
Graves Edgar C, clerk, Exchange Hall, Main, boards Mt. 

Ple.isant court 

Graves Ellen M., widow of Philip H., h. Mt. Pleasant pi. 

Graves Frank L., clerk Exchange Hall, Main, boards Mt. 

Pleasant court [30 Taylor 

Graves Horace E., machinist Am. Watch Tool Co., bds. 

Gt RAVES P. H. & SON (Williard H. Graves), fur- 
T niture, Exchange Hall, Main (see page 307) 

Graves Wm. H., works American Watch Co., house Wal- 
nut, near Moody 

Graves Williard H. (P. H. Graves & Son), Exchange 
Hall, Main, boards Mt. Pleasant court 

Gray Arthur, painter, boards 19 Church 

Gray Charles H., clerk Bradford & Williams, boards Geo. 
F. N. Gray's, Main [R. R. 

Gray George, clerk Wm. A. Hunnewell, h. Main, next F. 

Gray George F. N., gardener for Mrs. W. E. Bright, h. 
Main, next F. R. R. 

Gray Mary A., widow of Joseph, house 11 Adams 

Greeley John, laborer, house 98 School 

Greeley Martin, grocer, rear 123 School, house do. 

Greeley Timothy, laborer, h. foot of Williams, n. F. R. R. 

Greelish Thomas, teamster for G. F. Frost, h. rear School, 
opposite Spring 

Green Aaron, laborer, house School, near Grant 

Green Charles W., house 13 Adams 

Green Frank, laborer, house Weston, above South 



WALTHAM [(}] DIRECTORY 73 

Green Frederick C, American Watch Co., house Gordon, 

nenr Moody 
Green George 2d, farmer, house Lincoln, cor. Lexington 
Green George F., at American Watch Co. 
Green John, carpenter, house Calvary, opposite Moore 

GREEN JOHN A., horse-shoeing, etc., Moody, near 
Cushing, house Myrtle, near Beech (see page 305) 
Green Lawrence, laborer, house Main, near Heard 
Green Miranda, widow of John, house Pine, opp. Hall 
Green Nathan, clerk at Perry Rankin's, house 16 Gordon, 

near Moody 
Green William B., watchman F. R. R., h. Oak, n. Cedar 
Greene Benjamin W., at Am. Watch Co., h. 17 Brown 
Greene Charles L., clerk at American Watch Co., boards 

Leonard Greene's, Crescent [Crescent 

Greene George M., at Am. Watch Co., b. L. Greene's, 
Greene Leonard, foreman American Watch Co., house 

Crescent, opposite Spruce 
Greene Samuel, milkman, house 19 Crescent 
Greene Wilfred W., machinist American Watch Tool 

Co., house Hall, near Chestnut 
Greenleaf William H., works American Watch Co., house 

Cherry, near Adams 
Greenwood James N., watchmaker American Watch Co., 

house Robbins, corner Adams 
Greenwood William A., farmer, h. off Bacon, above Dale 
Gregg Chas. S., clerk, 353 Main, house Central, n. Elm 
Gregory Abigail H., widow of Francis, house Harvard, 

corner Main 
Griffin James, boards Mary Griffin's, Foundry avenue 
Griffin John, laborer, house Day, near Bolton 
Griffin John, boards Mary Griffin's, Foundry avenue 
Griffin Mary, widow of John, house Foundry avenue 
Griffin Patrick, laborer, house Clinton, near Day 
Griffin Robert, laborer, house Felton, opp. Wiliiams 
Grffin Thomas, laborer, house Newton, near the bridge 
Griffin Thomas jr., at American Watch Co., boards 

Thomas Griffin's, Newton 
Griffin Timothy, in the bleachery, house Oak, near Cedar 
Griffin Timothy jr., boards Timothy Griffin's, Oak 
Griffin William, at American Watch Co., boards Newton, 

near the bridge 
Griffin William, at the bleachery,b. Timothy Griffin's,Onk 
Griffiths John, at Am. Watch Co., h. Maple, near Adams 
Grimes Sophia, widow of James, house 14 River 
Grinnell Amos S., teamster, h. rear Beaver Brook station 
Groom John F., machinist, house r. Beaver Brook station 
Grover Edward E., brakeman F. R. R., house 22 Newton 
Grover John C, painter, house 60 Central 



74 WALTHAM []J] DIEECTOEY. 

Groves Alexander C, clerk Riverside House, bouse 7 

Union, near Gordon 
Groves Herbert W., house 86 Moody [court 

Guilderson Mary, widow of Frederick, b. Mt. Pleasant 
Guildford Fred, at American Watch Co., rooms D. A. 

Carrier's, Adams [Adams 

Guilford Ellen D., widow of Samuel W., h. Robbins, near 
Guinan Lawrence F., carpenter, b. Wm. Guinan's,Oharles 
Guinan William, boots and shoes, 373 Main, h. Charles, 

corner Grant 
Guinan Wm. P., clerk, 373 Main, boards Wm. Guinan's, 

Charles, corner Grant 
Gurney Charles H., silversmith (4 State, B.), rooms Wm. 

P. Bowies', Myrtle 
Gurney Maria E. Miss, bds. Miss L. Harrington's, Main 
Gustafson C. A., at Am. Watch Co., rooms Chauncy 

Hartwell's, Cherry 

HABERLAND JAMES, farmer, house Lincoln, near 

Lincoln line 
Hackett James, laborer, house 112 School, near Spring 
Hackett John, at American Watch Co., rooms Wm. A. 
Hosmer's, Crescent [n. Moody 

Hadley Morton C. railroad postal clerk, house Gordon, 
Hadley Uriah (Hadley & Phelps), fish dealer, 80 Moody, 

house Walnut, near Moody 
Hadley & Phelps (Uriah Hadley and Joseph Phelps), 

fish dealers, Moody, near Gordon 
Hagan Ann, widow of Patrick, h. Charles, opp. Water 
Hagan James A., plumber, boards 3 Central street block 
Hagan Mary, widow of John, house 3 Central street block 
Hagan Patrick, boards 3 Central street block 
Hagar Andrew J., farmer, house Weston, near Main 
Hagerty Annie E. Miss, house Benefit, near Newton 
Hagerty Ellen, widow, house Water, near Charles 
Hagerty Henry, painter, boards Ellen Hagerty's, Water 
Haines Edgar E., at American Watch Co., rooms Cres- 
cent, corner Robbins 
Haines Henry M., watchmaker American Watch Co., h. 
Moody, corner Cherry [Lyman 

*Hale Nancy H., widow of John, boards Leonard Smith's, 
Haley James, at bleachery, house River, near Willow 
Hall Charles, house 6 Hall, near Pine 

HALL CHARLES JR., plumber, steam and gas 
fitter, 78 Moody, house 6 Hall (see page 5) 
Hall Charles A., machinist American Watch Tool Co., 

house 12 Hall 
Hall Edwin J., at Am. Watch Co., h. Gordon, near Hall 
Hall Ernest C, clerk at Chas. F. Page's, b. Mrs. Gates', 
Moody 



WALTHAM [II] DIRECTORY. 75 

HALL HENRY C, apothecary, Moody, cor. Cres- 
cent, house 45 Crescent (see front cover) 
Hall Herbert W., paper-hanger, Hall, near Taylor, b. do. 
, Hall Irving S., physician, 9 Moody, house do. 
Hall Luman N., at Am. Watch Co., h. Central, cor. Elm 
Hall Margaret, widow of John, h. Spring, cor. Middle 
Hall Melvina A., widow of Jeremiah, h. Ash, n. Moody 
Hall Susan W., widow of Selah M., h. Hall, near Taylor 
Hallaran Lawrence, laborer, house Charles, opp. Water 
Hallaran Michael, cabinet-maker, h. School, opp. Spring 
Hallaran Thomas, moulder, house Middle, near Spring 
Halleran Mary E. Miss, milliner, 75 Moody, boards New- 
ton, opposite Pine [Dwelle's, Chestnut 
Hallett Herbert H., engineer F. R. R., boards Mrs. E. 
Halloran Martin L. (O'Brien & Halloran), groceries and 

liquors, Cedar, corner Oak, h. Taylor, c. Newton 
Halpin Peter C, foreman at Roberts' paper mill, h. South, 
near paper mill [Adams 

Ham Frank, at Am. Watch Co., rms. Mrs. A. A. Morse's, 
Ham Frank H., blacksmith, boards Melvin Ham's, Foun- 
dry avenue 
Ham Melvin, blacksmith, house Foundry avenue 
Hamblin James B., watchmaker (4 Bedford, B.), rooms 

rear 14 Spruce, near Adams 
Hamilton Ann Miss, house Maple, near Moody 
Hamilton Catherine Miss, house 11 Ash 
Hamilton Charles, driver J. Totten, Bacon, boards do. 
Hamilton Fred, clerk Geo. K. Field, boards 10 Newton 
Hamilton Isabelle C. Miss, artist, boards 13 Hall 
Hamilton James F., watchmaker Am. Watch Co., house 

Crescent, opposite Adams 
Hamilton Mary M., widow of John R.,h. Maple, n. Moody 
Hamilton Susan Miss, house Maple, near Moody 
Hamlet George F., farmer, house North, near Lexington 

HAMLIN EDWARD L., dentist, 361 Main, rm. 
1, upstairs, boards 80 School (see page 300) 
Hammond James N., works Am. Watch Co.,h. 61 Adams 
Hamsberry Thomas, at bleachery, boards Bridget Laugh- 

lin's, Foundry avenue 
Hancock William H., works Am. Watch Co., house rear 

Newton, opposite Pine 
Hancox Benj. F., resident engineer Mass. Central R. R. r 

boards E. T. Taylor's, Grant [Grant 

Hancox Benjamin F. jr., architect, boards E. T. Taylor's, 
Handrahan John, carpenter, Common, n. School, h. do. 
Handrahan Patrick, carpenter, house Exchange, n. Pond 
Hankerson Abby Mrs., house 19 Newton 
Hanniffy James, plumber at G. W. Knapp's,b. So. Harvard 
Hanson Charles, carpenter, rooms 6 Taylor 
5 



76 WALTHAM [J[] DIRECTORY. 

Hanson Nicholas, carpenter, h. Harvard av., n. Harvard 
Hanson William, at American Watch Co., boards Mrs. M. 

C. Campbell's, Robbins [cor. Water 

Hard castle James, operative B. Mnfg. Co., house Felton, 
Hardiman John, laborer, house School, near Spring 
Harding Charles A., at American Watch Co., boards S. 

Harding's, Crescent [cent 

Harding Frederick W., carpenter, b. S. Harding's, Cres- 
Harding George S., machinist Davis & Farnum Mnfg. 

Co., house Foundry avenue 
Harding Solomon, house Crescent, near Orange 
Harding Solomon jr., at American Watch Co., boards S 

Harding's, Crescent 
Harding William, farmer, house Grove, near Willow 
Harding William S., farmer, bds. Wm. Harding's, Grove 
Hardy Arthur L., at Am. Watch Co., boards 8 Cherry 
Hardy Charles, at Am. Watch Co., h. Taylor, c. Lowell 
Hardy Charles C, at Am. Watch Co., boards 8 Cherry 
Hardy Charles L., boards John K. Hardy's, Lexington 
Hardy Cyrus W., farmer, b. John K. Hardy's, Lexington 
Hardy Elizabeth, widow of Atwood, house 8 Cherry 
Hardy Henry A., brakeman F. R. R., boards 8 Cherry 
Hardy John K., farmer, house Lexington, near North 
Hardy Julia S. Miss, house Curve, near Lincoln 
Hardy Louis B., at Am. Watch Co., house 8 Chestnut 
Hardy Nahum, farmer, b. John K. Hardy's, Lexington 
Hardy Suie B., teacher North grammar school, boards J. 

K. Hardy's, Lexington 
Hardyman James, plumber, boards 74 Moody 
Hardyman Michael, driver steamer No. 1, h. 74 Moody 
Hardyman Michael, laborer, house Cutter, near Newton 
Harkins Mary Miss, house Williams, near F. R. R. 
Harlow Enoch S., carpenter, house Robbins, n. Crescent 
Harmon Addison G., farmer, h. off Forest, near North 
Harper Esther, widow of William, h. Cushing, near Hall 
Harper George A., at American Watch Co., boards Mrs. 

Esther Harper's, Cushing 
Harper Lewis E., at American Watch Co., boards Mrs. 

Esther Harper's, Cushing 
Harrington Benjamin G., teamster B. Mnfg. Co., house 

Felton, near Prospect 
Harrington Charles, house Willow, near Grove 
Harrington Charles P., house Main, corner Harvard 
Harrington Edmund W., house Walnut, near Moody 

HARRINGTON ELLIOT A., lawyer, Whitford 
building, 361 Main, room 3, up-stairs, house Adams, 
corner Orange (see page 299) 
Harrington George B., farmer and milkman, house South, 
near railroad 



WALTHAM [H] DIRECTORS. 77 

Harrington Herman P., grocer, 3 Eagle block, Main, h. 

Common, corner Common street place 
Harrington James F., boards Felton, corner Fountain 
Harrington John A., picker at B. Mnfg. Co., h. 78 Moody 
Harrington Lydia Miss, house Main, opposite Liberty 
Harrington Lydia B. Miss, house off Forest, near North 
Harrington Martha Miss, house off Forest, near North 
Harrington Mary E. Mrs., dressmaker, Exchange, corner 

School, house do. [n. Moody 

Harrington Ruth S., widow of Edmund W., h. Walnut, 
Harris Bernard, house Calvary, near Newton 
Harris Frank E., at Am. Watch Co., boards 82 School 
Harris John, house Cherry, near Crescent 
Harris John 2d., engraver American Watch Co., house 

Cherry, near Crescent [Church st. av. 

Harris John W„ salesman W. W. Clark & Son, house 
Harris Peter J., plumber, b. Mrs. Sarah Harris', Newton 
Harris Sarah, widow of John, h. Newton, near Calvary 
Harrub Rachel Miss, teacher Chemistry school, rooms 17 

Crescent 
Hart Margaret, widow of John, h. Charles, near Water 
Hartigan John, laborer, house 112 School 
Hartwell Asenath, widow of Cephas, boards 330 Main 
Hartwell Cephas L., freight agt. (F. R. R.,Boston), house 

330 Main [Cherry, n. Moody 

Hartwell Chauncy, works American Watch Co., house 
Hartwell Ernest G., draughtsman (1131 Tremont, B.), b. 

H. W. Hartwell's, Summer [330 Main 

Hartwell Harriet L. Miss, ticket seller Waltham depot, b. 
Hartwell Henry W., architect (68 Devonshire, B.), house 

Summer, near Lexington [Summer 

Hartwell Sarah L. W., wid. of Alonzo,b. H.W. Hartwell's, 
Harvey Charles J., restaurant, 409 Main, house Spring 
Harvey James, printer, boards 13 Heard 
Harvey John J., soda and mineral water, School, opposite 

Spring, house Liberty, corner Main 
Harvey Mary, widow of John, house 13 Heard 
Harvey Thomas M., carpenter, Prospect, near Russell 
Hasset William F., marble-worker, Exchange hall, Main, 
house 53 Central [ton, n. South 

Hastings Charles E., at American Watch Co., house Wes- 
Hastings Edward R., works American Watch Co., house 

off Main, near Weston 
Hastings Herbert C, milk driver, bds. 4 Harvard avenue 
Hastings Mary J. Mrs., house 4 Harvard avenue 
Hastings Robert L., machinist American Watch Tool 

Co., boards J. R. Bryant's, Spruce 
Hastings Sarah, widow of George, h. Lexington, c. Pond 
Hastings Sarah A., widow of Josiah, house 226 Main 



78 WALTHAM [H] DIRECTOEY. 

Hastings Walter W., machinist American Watch Tool 

Co., house 14 Chestnut 
Hatch George W., works Am. Watch Co., h. 86 Crescent 
Hatch Sarah E., widow of Pyam C, house 86 Crescent 
Hatch Walter D., at Am. Watch Co.. rooms 19 Walnut 
Hatch William H., machinist Am. Watch Tool Co. 
Hatch William H., shoemaker, house Main, near Common 
Haven Abner, house Main, corner Prospect 
Haven Abner G., driver for C. S. Packard, bds. Main, cor- 
ner Prospect 
Haven David, watchmaker Am. Watch Co., h. East Ash 
Haven Lewis E., machinist B. Mnfg. Co., bds. D. Haven's, 

East Ash 
Havey Ann, widow of Thomas, house John, cor. Friend 
Havey Darby Mrs., boards Friend, near Calvary 
Havey Thomas P., at Am. Watch Co., b. Ann Havey's, 

John 
Havey, see Havy 

Havner Newell W., carpenter, h. Bacon, corner Dale 
Havy Patrick, laborer, house Bolton, near Newton 
Havy Thomas E., laborer, house Clinton, corner Day 
Havy, see Havey 
Hawes L. Anson, watchmaker Am. Watch Co., h. School, 

near Grant 
Hawkins Frederic M., farmer, house North, near Quince 
Hawkins Herbert G., contracting agent Penn R. R. (322 

Washington, Boston), house 24 Newton 
Hawley Benjamin F., engineer Waltham steamer No. 1, 

house Spruce, near Moody [Spruce 

Hawley Benjamin II., clerk (B.), boards B. F. Hawley's, 
Hawley Dexter H., works Am. Watch Co., h. Gilead av. 

HAWLEY FREDERICK A., banker (84 Dev- 
onshire, B.), house Beaver, near Lexington (see 
front cover) 
Hawley Frederick J., clerk Whitney & Edes, boards B. 

F. Hawley's, Spruce 
Hay Robert, at Am. Watch Co., h. Myrtle, near Beech 
Hay Stuart, driver for J. Totten, Bacon, boards do. 
Hayden Horace T., at B. Mnfg. Co., bds. 51 Lexington 
Hayden John, at B. Mnfg. Co., boards 51 Lexington 
Hayden Misses, millinery, 287 Main, house Harvard ave- 
nue, near Grant 
Hayden Nathaniel, house Harvard avenue, near Grant 
Hayden Thomas, gardener for Mrs. Hannah C. Leland, 

Newton, boards do. 
Hayes Ellen, widow of Wm., h. Mechanic, near Charles 
Hayes Frank, weaver B. Mnfg. Co., boards 1 River 
Hayes Frank D., at American Watch Co., boards Mrs. 
Ellen Hayes', Mechanic 



WALTHAM [H] DIKECTORY. 79 

Hayes Fred. K., driver Gibbs & Co.'s Express, bds. Mrs. 

Ellen Hayes', Mechanic 
Hayes Harry, concrete paver, bds. W. W. Hays', School 
Hayes Patrick, laborer, house Bolton, near Newton 
Hayes Patrick, painter, boards 23 Charles 
Hayes William, laborer, house Bolton, corner Acorn 
Haynes Gideon F. (Johnson & Haynes), lawyers, Whit- 
ford block, Main, boards 5 Lexington 
Haynes Jesse, at Am. Watch Co., rooms 40 Crescent 
Haynes John, painter B. Mnfg. Co., house Hall, corner 

Pine 
Haynes Julia E. Miss, clerk south side P. O., h. Hall, 

corner Pine 
Haynes Maria A., widow of Andrew J., house off Main, 

above Weston 
Hays Arthur D., carriage-trimmer, rear 275 Main, boards 

George J. Hays', Beaver Brook 
Hays George J., house near Beaver Brook station 

HAYS WILLIAM W., concrete paver, School, 
opposite Grant, house do. (see page 310) 
Hayward Amanda Mrs., house Calvary, near Cedar 
Hayward Sarah P., widow of Joseph, boards 29 Hall 
Hayworth George, watchmaker at I). D. Palmer's, Spruce, 

boards do. 
Heald Hosea C, teamster, house Exchange, cor. School 
Healey Alexander, case engraver American Watch Co., 

house Crescent, near Adams 
Healey Martin, laborer, house Oak, near Newton 
Healy Annie Miss, house Main, near Heard 
Healy Hugh, laborer, house River, near Willow 
Healy John, brake man F. R. R., boards John C. Fisher's, 

Charles 
Healy William E., house Mnin, near Heard 
Heard Arthur, fireman F. R. R., bds. Richard Heard's, 

Newton 
Heard Alonzo, house 1 Central 

Heard Octavia C. Miss, school teacher (B.), b. 1 Central 
Heard Richard, blacksmith, house Newton, near Main 
Heard Theodore A., clerk (40 Court square, B.), house 

1 Central [Cedar 

Heasley John W., carpenter, bds. Mrs. Mary Heasley's, 
Heasley Katy F. Miss, dressmaker, Cedar, n. Oak, b. do. 
Heasley Mary Mrs., house Cedar, near Oak 
Heasley Mary A. Miss, dressmaker, Cedar, n. Oak, b. do. 
Heath Mary J., widow of Simon B., h. Cherry, n. Adams 
Heath Wm. H., at Am. Watch Co., h. Moody, c. Robbins 
Hedlund Fritz, at Am. Watch Co., b C. F. Chase's, Taylor 
Heffernan Daniel J., machinist, boards II. F. Hefferuan's, 

Cranberry 



80 WALTHAM [H] DIRECTORY. 

Heffernan Henry F., laborer, house Cranberry, n. High 
Heffernan James, painter, b. H. F. Heffernan's, Cranberry 
Heggerston Joseph, laborer, h. Felton, opp. Fountain 
Hemenway Abigail, widow of Joshua T.,h. Weston, near 

Stony brook [Weston 

Hemenway David T., farmer, b. Abigail Hemmenway's, 
Hemenway Geo. E., lab., h. r. Main, opp. Central House 
Hemenway Wm. F., hairdresser, 51 Moody, house Pine, 

corner Hall 
Hemmenway Almon C, house 43 Bacon 
Hemmenway Sarah, widow of Almon H., h. 43 Bacon 
Hendrehan John, carpenter, h. Common, near School 
Henihan John, mason, house rear Beaver Brook station 
Henley Michael J., moulder, house Charles, near Water 
Hennefy James, plumber at W. B. Knapp's, boards John 

Hennefy's, South Harvard 
Hennefy John, teamster, house South Harvard, n. Felton 
Hennelly Martin, at bleacbery, house Parker's lane 
Hennelly Thomas, grocer, River, near bleachery, h. do. 
Hennelly Patrick F., clerk Thomas Hennelly, boards 

Martin Hennelly's, Parker's lane 
Hennessey Thomas, painter, boards P. Connelly's, Felton 
Henry William C, at Am. Watch Co., rooms 20 Walnut 
Henson Archie P., works American Watch Co., house 

Brown, near Moody 
Henson Harriet Mrs., boards A. P. Henson's, Brown 
Herbert Max, farmhand, house Charles, opp. Harvard 
Hern Forest A., carpenter, boards Mrs. Sarah J. Odion's, 

Taylor 
Hern William, carpenter, bds. F. H. Thompson's, Vernon 
Herron Albert, farmhand A. G. Harmon, Forest, bds. do. 
Hession Jas., fireman at the bleachery, h. River, n. Willow 
Hession William, at bleachery, bds. Anna Welch's, River 
Hewett Lawrence B., boards 88 Charles 
Hewett Margaret, widow of Lawrence, house 88 Charles 
Hewett William H., at Am. Watch Co., b. E. Rose's, High 
Hibbets Bridget, widow of Wm., h. Bacon, opp. Pond 
Hickey Ann, widow of Martin, h.. Grove, near Willow 
Hickmott Warren D., photogr pher F. E. North, rms. do. 
Hicks Charles, at Am. Watch Co., rooms 19 Walnut 
Hicks Charles B., foreman Am. Watch Co., h. 32 Charles 
Hicks Dwight H., boarding-house, Robbins, near Adams 
Hicks Fernando W., at American Watch Co., rooms 

Miss Lizzie Black's, Crescent 
Hicks Frank A., at Mason & Hamlin's (Cambridgeport), 

boards D. Hick's, Robbins 
Hicks George S., at American Watch Co., boards Mrs. 

Sarah E. Ring's, Moody [near Hammond 

Higginbottom Samuel, butter, cheese, etc., house Main, 



WALTHAM [J[] DIRECTORY. 81 

HIGGINS ALBERT, provisions, 4 Elm, rooms 
19 Church (see page 307) 
Higgins Charles, carpenter, house Felton, near Water 
Higgins Cornelius, gardener, house Oak, corner Cedar 
Higgins Daniel J., laborer, boards Hannah Higgins', rear 

Beaver Brook station [station 

Higgins Hannah, widow of Daniel, h. rear Beaver Brook 
Higgins John B., carpenter, h. 45 Exchange, near School 
Higgins J. Albert, salesman F. E. Kendall & Co., house 

Pond, near Exchange 
Higgins Michael, laborer, house Oak, corner Cedar 
Higgins Smith, laborer, boards Charles Higgins', Felton 
Higgins Thomas, laborer, house Oak, near Cedar 
Hight Clark C, asst. supt. streets, h. 1 Cherry, n. Moody 
Hildreth J. Victor, cook George K. Field, boards 10 

Newton 
Hildreth William E., watchmaker American Watch Co., 

rooms M. D. Smith's, Moody 
Hill Amos W., machinist Am. Watch Co., h. 15 Pine 
Hill Charles R., works American Watch Co., b. 12 Spruce 
Hill George, at B. Mnfg. Co., boards 24 River 
Hill Peter W., driver W. & N. street R. R., bouse Main, 

near Weston 
Hill Ralph W., clerk (194 State, B.), boards 15 Pine 
Hill Waldo C, at Am. Watch Co., h. Myrtle, n. Beech 
Hill William H., at Am. Watch Co., bds. Geo. Muzzey's, 

Moody 
Hilton William, house Chestnut place 
Hines John H., laborer, boards 29 Spring 
Hines Martin C, laborer at bleachery, house Willow, cor. 

Foundry avenue 
Hines Martin F., jeweler (B.), boards Peter Hines', Oak 
Hines Michael, jeweler (B.), boards Peter Hines', Oak 
Hines Michael, laborer, house 29 Spring 
Hines Michael, slater, house Cedar, near Oak 
Hines Peter, laborer, house Oak, near Newton 
Hines Peter, laborer, house Charles, near Grant 
Hines Peter B., engraver (B.), boards Peter Hines', Oak 
Hitchings Wm., bootmaker, Main, c. Lexington, rms. do. 
Hoard Michael, laborer, house School, near Spring 
Hobart Lydia, wid. of Nathaniel, h. Lexington, c. Bacon 
Hobbs Eliza E. Miss, house Church, corner Summer 
Hobbs Geo. E., machinist, Felton, opp. Fountain, house 

at Weston 
Hodgdon Freeman C, at Am. Watch Co., h. 11 Central 
Hogan James, at gas-works, house Newton, n. Calvary 
Holbrook Frank R., machinist, h. Charles, n. Mechanic 
Holbrook Mary Miss, boards 127 Moody 
Holbrook Richard, carpenter, h. Mechanic, corner Charles 



82 WALTHAM [H] DIRECTORY. 

Holbrook Theodore K., harnessmaker, 383 Main, house 

127 Moody 
Holland Alexander, laborer, house School, opp. Spring 
Holland Ellen, widow of Patrick, h. Middle, near Spring 
Holland William H., at Am. Watch Co., house Taylor, 

near Moody 
Holman Isaac N., carpenter, h. rear Prospect, n. Charles 
Holmes John, milk-driver S. Greene, boards 19 Crescent 
Holroyd Geo., knitter Boston Mnfg. Co., house 10 River 
Holroyd George jr., at Am. Watch Co., bds. 10 River 
Holroyd George F., pressman Boston Mnfg. Co., boards 

10 River 
Holt John, weaver Boston Mnfg. Co., house 4 River 
Hood Henry A., at American Watch Co., rooms Robert 

Mcintosh's, Robbins 
Hood Richard S., teacher, house Myrtle, near Beech 
Hooker James B., carpenter, house Taylor, near Moody 
Hooper Albert, carpenter, boards Amos L. Rogers', Pine, 

corner Newton 
Hopkins Caleb H., manager Hopkins Watch Tool Co., 

Felton, opp. Fountain, house Church 
Hopkins Geo. H., works Am. Watch Co., h. 48 Brown 
Hopkins J., carpenter Geo. D. Taylor, bds. Music Hall 
Hopkins Watch Tool Co., Felton, opposite Fountain 
Hornby Richard, section-hand Boston Manufacturing Co., 

house Main, corner Grant 
Horton George B., at Clark, Maynard & Co.'s, h. Pine, 

corner Gardner 
Hoskin Joseph, at Hopkins Watch Tool Co., boards 

D. P. Foster's, Charles 
Hosmer James D., stock broker (Brighton), b. 58 Church 
Hosmer Wm. A., at American Watch Co., house Cres- 
cent, opposite Chestnut 
Hosty Frank, laborer, house Water, near Charles 
Houghton Arthur, at Am. Watch Co., rooms 8 Cushing 
Houghton Charles, house Main, near Liberty 
Houghton Chas. H., deputy collector Internal Revenue 
(19 City square, Charlestown), boards Chas. Hough- 
ton's, Main 
Houghton Cornelius J., watchman Clarence Tebbets, 

boards Mrs. Wallingford's, Lexington 
Houghton Harriet Miss, boards Chas. Houghton's, Main 
Hovey Hamblin L., pres. Parmenter Crayon Co., house 

Newton, near Main 
Howard Andrew F., house 10 Spruce 
Howard Ella Miss, at Am. Watch Co., b. Adams, c. Cherry 
Howard Frank P., at Am. Watch Co., b. Adams, c. Cherry 
Howard Hannah, widow of Wm. S., h. Adams, c. Cherry 
Howard Mary H. Mrs., boards 10 Spruce 



WALTHAM [H] DIRECTORY. 83 

Howard Tupper, at American Watch Go., rooms Mrs. A. 

M. Clapp's, Adams [Williams 

Howe Chas. H., carpenter Geo. D. Taylor, h. Felton, opp. 
Howe Chas. W., at Am. Watch Co., h. Alder, n. Moody 
Howe Emma J., widow of George F., house Main, opp. 

Newton 
Howe Geo. A., carpenter American Watch Co., house 

Chestnut, near Adams 

HOWE H. WARREN, superintendent F. But- 
trick, house 28 Prospect 
Howe John M., hackman, 28 Lexington, house do. 
Howe Mary W., widow of John W., house Harvard ave- 
nue, near Harvard 
Howe Sophronia, widow of Nahum, house 20 Newton 
Howe William, carpenter, boards 30 Taylor 
Howland Daniel O., at American Watch Co., h. 51 -Ash 
Hoyt Andrew J., expressman, house 17 Cushing 
Hubbard Clarence W., at. Am. Watch Co., rooms 45 

Crescent 
Hubbard Frank, at Am. Watch Co., rooms 45 Crescent 
Hubbard Oren C, works American Watch Co., rooms C. 

H. Mann's, Moody 
Hubbard Thos. C, clerk (123 Franklin, B.), h. 22 Taylor 
Hughes James, butcher, house Grove, near Willow 
Hughes Joseph F., at American Watch Co., house Rob- 
bins, near Adams 
Hughes Michael, laborer, house Felton, near Mechanic 
Hughes Patrick, trader, house Oak, near Cedar 
Hughes Peter S., carpenter Geo. D. Taylor, house Felton, 
opposite Williams [Charles 

Hughes Thomas H., conductor F. R. R., h. Fountain, near 
Hughes Thomas F., provisions, Oak, near Cedar, house 

Bolton, near Day 
Hulbert M. L. Mrs., house South, near Roberts' crossing 
Hull Edgar L., at Am. Watch Co., boards 14 Lexington 
Hull Joseph, produce, Main, opposite Moody, boards S. 

R. Small's, Common 
Hull Moses, driver C. S. Packard, house Fiske avenue 
Hume Joseph A., spinner Boston Manufacturing Co., bds. 

36 Pine, opposite Hall 
Hume William S., spinner Boston Manufacturing Co., 

house 36 Pine, opposite Hall 
Hunnewell Sarah Mrs., house 7 Enst Ash, near Moody 
Hunnewell Geo. B., lithographer (211 Tremont, Boston), 
house 74 School 

HUNNEWELL WILLIAM A., coal, wood, hay, 
etc., yard, Beaver Brook station, 164 Main, office at 
> Geo. Woolley's bookstore and (13 Kilby, B.), h. at 
Somerville (see front cover) 



84 WALTHAM [I- J] DIRECTORY. 

Hunt Frederick A., boarding-house, 14 Elm 

Hunt George A., painter, house Water, near Felton 

Hunt Gideon S., painter, boards Central House 

Hunt Montgomery Mrs., house 3 Bacon 

Hunter J. Thomas, at American Watch Co., boards Mrs. 

Farwell's, South, near Grant 
Hunting Ruth A. Miss, house 12 dishing 
Hunton Charles E., at B. Mnfg. Co., house 25 River 
Hunton Turner C, at B. Mnfg. Co., house 33 River 
Huntress Addie L. Mrs., boards 12 Spruce 
Hurd J as. G., night watchman B. Mnfg. Co., h. 12 River 
Hurley James, at bleachery, house Newton, opp. Calvary 
Hurley Patrick, laborer, house Pine, corner Newton 
Hurley Peter, carpenter, boards Patrick Hurley's, Pine 
Hum Forest, carpenter, boards 30 Taylor 
Hussey John, laborer, house Clinton, near Day 
Hussey Martin, laborer, bds. Patrick Banks', Calvary 
Hussey Thomas H., house Hall, corner Gordon 
Hussan Michael, laborer, house Sun, near F. R. R. 
Huston Carrie Mrs., at American Watch Co., rooms R. S. 

Christie's, Moody, corner Maple 
Hutchings Charles W., physician, 5 Pine, rooms do. 
Hutchings Edwin F., at American Watch Tool Co., rms. 

Wm. H. Holland's, Taylor 
Hutchinson E. P., widow of Evelyn M., h. 2 Park place 
Hutchinson George M., paper-hanger, 2 Park pi., bds. do. 
Hutchinson John, at Am. Watch Co., rooms 88 Moody 
Hutmacher Christian, at American Watch Co., rooms W. 

W. Greene's, Hall 
Hyde Charles T., general jobber, boards 75 Moody 
Hyde Eli, at American Watch C ;., rooms 40 Crescent 

IDE EDWARD T., at American Watch Co., rooms 

Mrs. A. A. Marr's, Adams 
Illingworth Eldridge M., machinist, boards Robert Tel- 

fer's, Gilead avenue 
Illingworth Frederick A., machinist F. R. R., h. 27 Bacon 
Illingworth Mary E., widow of Addison I., house Cherry, 

near Adams 
Irish Cornelius, house Moody, corner Alder 
Irving George G., carpenter, h. rear Newton, opp. Pine 

JACKSON ALBERTUS M., works American Watch 

Co., house Taylor, near Lowell 
Jackson Alfred S., at American Watch Co., h. 3 Gordon 
Jackson Atwood J., works American Watch Co., house 

Moody, corner Cushing 
Jackson Edward C, watchmaker American Watch Co., 

boards Adams House, Adams 



WALTHAM [J] DIEECTORT. 85 

Jackson Edward L., at American Watch Co., house Hall, 

corner Chestnut 
Jackson Francenia H. Mrs., boards rear 23 Maple 
Jackson Fred, at Am. Watch Co., h. Dana, cor. Lowell 
Jackson Fred W., at Am. Watch Co., house 3 Taylor 
Jackson Hannah A., widow of William, h. rear 23 Maple 
Jackson Herbert A., at American Watch Co., rooms 

Taylor, near Lowell 
Jackson Loring M., carpenter, house Bacon, near Main 
Jackson Marshall C, at Am. Watch Co., house Adams, 

near Walnut 
Jackson Ralph T., fancy wood turning, Newton, opposite 

Taylor, boards G. M. Duncanson's, Benefit 
Jackson Theodore F., house 226 Main 
Jackson Thomas, carpenter, boards 73 Moody 
Jackson William A., at Am. Watch Co., b. r. 23 Maple 

JAMES ALGERNON, cracker dealer, 82 Moody, 
boards Moody, corner Chestnut (see page 301) 
James Charles A., at American Watch Co., boards 

Joseph F. Hughes', Robbins 
James Lucy A., widow of Edwin, boards J. H. Crandell's, 

Adams 
Jameson Alden, Commonwealth spring water (1 Pember- 
ton sq., B.), and milkman, h. North, n. Lexington line 
Jarvis William F., physician, 26 Maple, boards do. 
Jeffry John, boards Sanderson House 
Jenison Elijah, house 84 Moody 
Jenison John, boards 12 Cushing 
Jenison John jr., salesman, 4 Rumford building, house 12 

Cushing 
Jenks Simeon M., boarding-house, Moody, n. Robbins 
Jennings Mrs., house rear Beaver Brook station 
Jennings Mary, widow of John, house Cushing, cor. Hall 
Jennison Elmer E., clerk Henry E. Hall, b. 10 Chestnut 
Jennison Etta M. Miss, clerk post-office, bds. 10 Chestnut 
Jennison John M., at Am. Watch Co., bds. 10 Chestnut 
Jennison Phineas, works Am. Watch Co., h.10 Chestnut 
Jewell Abbie Mrs., house rear Pine, near Newton 
Jewell Charles E., at Am. Watch Co., boards 5 Pine 
Jewell Isaac B., prop. Riverside House, 37 Moody, house 

5 Pine 
Johnson Almon F., at Am. Watch Co., boards 37 Brown 
Johnson Angelina W., widow of Samuel, house Gardner, 
near Pine [Jackson 

Johnson August, at bleachery, house 59 River, opposite 
Johnson Byron Berkley, deputy IT. S. marshal ( U. S. 
Court-house, Boston) and (Johnson & Haynes), law- 
yer, Whitford block, Main, house Pond, n. Exchange 
Johnson Charles, at B. Mnfg. Co., house 57 River 



86 WALTHAM [J] DIRECTORY. 

Johnson Charles, boards 74 School 

Johnson Edward, at Am. Watch Co., b. Shawmut House 
Johnson Edward C, machinist (B.), h. Central, c. Elm 
Johnson Edwin A., at Am. Watch Co., h. Taylor, n. Hall 
Johnson Ernest, at Am. Watch Co., rooms Osgood Wey- 
mouth's, Taylor 
Johnson Francis M., watchman American Watch Co., 

house 37 Brown 
Johnson Frank P., boards B. B. Johnson's, Pond 
Johnson George E., wood engraver (9 Milk, B.), house 

88 Lexington, near Pond 
Johnson George W., carpenter, house Bacon, cor. Dale 
Johnson Horace I., apothecary, Main, corner Elm, house 

School, near Lyman 
Johnson James, operative B. Mnfg. Co., house rear New- 
ton, near Calvary 
Johnson John, moulder, boards 28 River 
Johnson John D., carpenter, house 201 Main, opposite 

Newton 
Johnson Josiah E., farmer, house North, near Lexington 
Johnson Newell D., dentist, boards 14 Chestnut 
Johnson Robert, carpenter, house 14 Chestnut 
Johnson Sumner Miss, assistant librarian Public Library, 

boards Elm, corner Central 
Johnson William IL, works American Watch Co., house 

100 Crescent, corner Orange 
Johnson & Haynes (Byron B. Johnson and Gideon F. 

Haynes), lawyers, Whitford block, Main 
Johnston Christopher, laborer, h. North, near Forest 
Johnston Ellen Mrs., boards E. S. Harlow's, Robbins 
Jones Albert C, machinist, boards Philip Jones', Pine 
Jones Arthur U., carpenter, boards Susan W. Hall's, 

Hall, corner Taylor 
Jones Arthur W., farmer, bds. Edward Jones', Weston 
Jones Byron W., farmer, house off Lincoln, n. Lexington 
Jones Dexter F., milkman, boards S. Jones', Main 
Jones Edith L. Miss, milliner, 307 Main, bds. 36 Lexington 
Jones Edward, farmer, house Weston, above South 
Jones Fannie Miss, house 5 Mechanic 
Jones George C, at American Watch Co., boards Mrs. 

M M. Hamilton's, Maple 
Jones George T., overseer machine shop B. Mnfg. Co., 

house Moody, opposite Myrtle 
Jones Henry S., bookkeeper (B.), h. High, opp. Gardner 
Jones Maria Miss, teacher primary school, District No. 

5, boards E. Jones', Weston 
Jones Philip, overseer in hosiery department, B. M. Co., 

house 46 Pine, opposite Lowell 
Jones Richard, laborer, h. r. Pine, near chalk factory 



WALTHAM [X] DIRECTORY. 87 

Jones Richard A., building mover, h. Hammond, n. Main 
Jones Samuel, jeweler Am. Watch Co., house 50 Brown 
Jones Silas, farmer, house Main, above Weston 
Jones W. Alfred, at Am. Watch Co., boards George G. 

Irving's, Newton 
Jones William, boards 50 Brown 
Jones William, laborer, house Moore, opp. Oak 
Jones William F., clerk (9 Spring lane, B.), house Gordon, 

near Hall 
Jordan Martin, B. Mnfg. Co., house Willow, near River 
Jordan Martin jr., at bleachery, b. Martin Jordan's, River 
Jose Fannie Mrs., milliner, 277 Main, boards 272 Main 
Joslin Josiah, machinist Am. Watch Co., house Hall, 

near Chestnut 
Joyce Patrick, at chalk factory, h. Bolton, n. Newton 
Justin Edward, watchmaker, boards 29 Adams 

KAIN DENNIS, stone layer, house Grove, cor. Willow 

Kain Patrick, works Am. Watch Co., b. Grove, c. Willow 

Kaler Anne S., wid. of Thos. H., b. M. H. Coffin's, Ash 

Kane Martin, laborer, house Clinton, near Day 

Kane Rose, widow of James, h. Willow, corner Grove 

Kane Mary, widow of James, house River, near Willow 

Kappler Francis, machinist, house 92 School 

Keach George B., at Am. Watch Co., boards 97 Moody 

Keach Geo. H., American Watch Co., house 47 Ash 

Kealty Michael, plasterer, house 24 Exchange 

Keane Chas. E., painter, bds. Mary A. Keane's, Calvary 

Keane James I., clerk Central House, boards do. 

Keane John, gardener, b. Willow, near Foundry avenue 

Keane Mary Ann, widow of Wm., h. Calvary, n. Newton 

Keane Thomas, carpenter, house rear 123 School 

Kearn George H., house 19 Hammond 

Kearns John, laborer, house Pond, near Exchange 

Kearns Michael, switchman F. R. R., h. Bacon, n. Pond 

Kearns Patrick, laborer, house 107 School 

Keating Katie A. Miss, house 23 Middle 

Keating Maggie Miss, house 23 Middle 

Keating Mary Miss, house 23 Middle 

Keefe Julia Miss, boards Bridget Hibbets', Bacon 

Keeley James, mason, house Calvary, near F. R. R. 

Keely Mary Mrs., house off Willow, near River 

Keenan Elizabeth, wid. of John, h. r. Beaver Brook station 

Keenan Michael, B. Mnfg. Co., house Felton, cor. Water 

Kellar Edward A., baker, house Bacon, near Dale 

Kelleher Michael, laborer, house Exchange, corner Pond 

Kelley Ella B. Mrs., fancy goods, Common, n. Main, h. do. 

Kelley John B., at Thos. Kelley's stable, b. at W. Newton 

Kelley Martin, farmhand, house Grove, near Willow 



88 WALTHAM [K] DIRECTORY. 

Kelley Thomas, livery stable, rear Prospect block, Main, 

house at West Newton 
Kellihar Dennis Mrs., house rear Charles, near Felton 
Kellihar Richard B., marble worker, house Charles, near 

Mechanic 
Kelly Bridget, widow of Patrick, h. Exchange, n. Pond 
Kelly Edward, tinsmith W. B. Knapp, boards Mary Kel- 
ly's, Newton 
Kelly John, laborer, house rear School, opp. Spring 
Kelly John, laborer, house Middle, near Spring 
Kelly John, laborer, house Forest, near Lyman 
Kelly John, laborer, house 112 School 
Kelly John, machinist John Stark, h. at West Newton 
Kelly Martin R., shoemaker, Bacon street crossing, house 

rear School, opposite Spring 
Kelly Mary, widow of Thomas, h. Newton, cor. Benefit 
Kelly Michael, at B. Mnfg. Co., house 45 River- 
Kelly Michael, plasterer, house Charles, near Williams 
Kelly Michael, laborer, house River, opposite Jackson 
Kelly Patrick, laborer, house Bacon, near Plympton 
Kelly Patrick, at the bleachery, house Grove, n. Willow 
Kelly Peter, laborer, house rear Bacon, opp. Pond 
Kelly Peter, laborer, house off Willow, near River 
Kelly Thomas, carriage painter, house Bacon, opp. Pond 
Kelly Thomas, works B. Mnfg. Co., h. Newton, c. Benefit 
Kelly Thomas F., clerk, 4 Eagle block, Main, boards J. J. 

Harvey's, Liberty 
Kelly Timothy, laborer, boards John Kelly's, Middle 
Kendall Amory H., flour (174 State, B.), house Summer, 

near Lexington 
Kendall Betsey G., widow of Charles H., h. 6 Crescent 
Kendall Charles E., milkman, Grant, near Main, h. do. 
Kendall Edwin F., section-master F. R. R., house Floyd, 

near Charles 
Kendall Ellis, house Main, opposite Bacon 
Kendall Emily P., wid. of Sam'l, h. Lexington, c. Summer 
Kendall Frederick E. (F. E. Kendall & Co.), hardware, 

3 Rumford building, Main, house Main, c. Hammond 

KENDALL F. E. & CO. (Frederick E. and 
Stephen C. Kendall), hardware, paints and oil, 3 
Rumford building, Main (see front cover^ 
Kendall Julia, widow of Charles, house 26 Prospect 
Kendall Levi J., livery stable, 15 Crescent, house 17 do. 
Kendall Maria K. Miss, house 399 Main 
Kendall Stephen C. (F. E. Kendall & Co.), hardware, 

house at Lexington 
Kender John, paper-hanger, rooms 82 School 
Kendrick Cynthia F., widow of Daniel H., house Cres- 
cent, corner Walnut 



WALTHAM [K] DIRECTORY. 89 

Keniston F. A., bookkeeper Wm. H. Leatherbee & Son, 

boards John M. Moore's, Moody 
Kennard Abbie M., widow of Robert P., boards W. D. 

Ormsby's, 25 Gordon 
Kennedy Daniel, laborer, house 4 River avenue 
Kennedy Mary, wid. of Martin, h. r. Beaver Brook station 
Kennedy Michael, laborer, house Bolton, corner Day 
Kennedy Thomas, at the bleachery, h. Oak, n. Newton 
Kennedy Thomas, teamster, house 164 Main 
Kenney James, spinner B. Mnfg. Co., h. 10 Long blk., Elm 
Kenney Michael, laborer, house 103 School 
Kennev Willis D., clerk Boston Branch Grocery, boards 

E."T. Taylor's, Grant 
Kensington F. A., rooms John M. Moore's, Moody 
Kent Matthew, machinist Am. Watch Co., b. 30 Taylor 
Kenyon Moses, at American Watch Co., bds. 42 Crescent 
Keogh Patrick J., at B. Mnfg. Co., house 39 River 
Kerns Honora, house 13 River 
Kerron Anna Mrs., house 13 River 
Kersley Jeremiah, carpenter, house 4 Mechanic 
Keyes Bertrand, at Am. Watch Co., boards Mrs. M. C. 

Campbell's, Robbins 
Keyes Horace A., at American Watch Co., b. 15 Gordon 
Keyon Edwin J., clerk D. D. Frothingham, boards San- 
derson House 
Keyser John L., foreman balance department American 

Watch Co., house Crescent, opposite Chestnut 
Kiff Agnes Miss, boards C. Irish's, Moody, corner Alder 
Kiff Orlando S., works F. R. R., h. Charles, n. Prospect 
Kifoy Mary, widow of Patrick, house Sun, near Ferren 
Kilburn E. Gerrish, carpenter, house 1 Common street pi. 

KILBURN JOSHUA H., painter, High, near New- 
ton, house do. (see page 300) 
Kilduff Isaac G., laborer, house South Harvard, n. Felton 
Kilduflf Richard G., law student, boards I. G. Kilduft's, 

South Harvard 
Kilfoy William L., foreman Pope & Viles 
Kilgore Milton, moulder, boards 62 River 
Kimball Augustus D., painter, Charles, opp. Floyd, h. do. 
Kimball Francis R., at American Watch Co., boards Frank 

B. Davis', Orange 
Kimball J. Fred. B., U. S. mail agent, house 555 Main 
Kimball La Forest, driver J. & A. Munster, house Grant, 

opposite Harvard avenue 
Kimball Porter, at bleachery, boards George L. Wright's, 

River, near Willow 
King Catharine, widow of John, h. Willow, near River 
King Fred., clerk, 286 Main, boards 11 Adams 
King George G., at American Watch Co.,h. r. 109 Moody 



90 WALTHAM [K] DIRECTORY. 

King James, painter, Felton, cor. Williams, house do. 
King James F,, at Am. Watch Co., b. M. King's, Felton 
King John J., at Am. Watch Co., bds. M. King's, Felton 
King John P., painter, house Felton, opposite Fountain 
King Mary A., wid. of Thos. Y., h. 28 Walnut, c. Adams 
King Michael, shoemaker, Elm, opp. F. R. R. depot, h. 
Felton, near Williams [n. South 

King Michael P., carriagesmith Flagg Bros., h. Charles, 
King Patrick, at American Watch Co., house 31 Spring 
King Thos. Y., at Am. Watch Co., boards 28 Walnut, 

corner Adams 
Kingham William, hostler Wm. Peterson, boards do. 
Kingsbury Joseph, harness-maker, 80 Moody, h. 17 Pine 
Kingsbury Lucius W., conductor F. R. R., h. High, c. Hall 
Kingsley Patrick, spinner B. Mnfg. Co., also grocer, Fel- 
ton, near Williams, house do. 
Kinnear John W., foreman Davis & Farnum Mnfg. Co., 

boards at Watertown 
Kinneen John, laborer, house John, corner Friend 
Kinneen Mary R. Miss, h. rear Beaver Brook station 
Kinneen Michael, laborer, house Flood, near John 
Kinneen Michael F., at Am. Watch Co., house r. Beaver 

Brook station 
Kinsley Kate, widow, house Charles, near Floyd 
Kirlin Fred., at Am. Watch Co., h. Charles, n. Harvard 
Kirwin Alfred R., at Am. Watch Co., bds. 91 Harvard 
Kirwin Frederick H., clerk W. B. Knapp, b. 91 Harvard 
Kirwin Grafton E., clerk W. L. Fisher & Co., boards 91 

Harvard 
Kirwin Rebecca H., widow of Henry, house 91 Harvard 
Kirwin Walter J., at Am. Watch Co., bds. 91 Harvard 
Kittredge Francis R. C, physician, 435 Main, house do. 
Kittredge Harriet W., widow of Theodore, h. 435 Main 
Knapp Fred., at American Watch Co., rms. 40 Crescent 

KNAPP WILLIAM B., stoves, furnaces, etc., 240 
Main, house Main, near Liberty (see pages 4 and 6) 
Knight Edward, engraver American Watch Co., h. Ash, 

near Moody 
Knight Leavitt, gardener, bds. Everett Cousins', Charles 
Knight William, painter, house Fiske avenue 
Knowles Luella F. Miss, house Crescent, near Adams 
Knowles Wm., weaver B. Mnfg. Co., b. 11 Long blk., Elm 
Knowlton Edward, at Am. Watch Co., bds. 25 Adams 
Knowlton George W., watchmaker at American Watch 

Co., house Maple, near Adams 
Knowlton Helen E. Miss, house Charles, near Water 
Knowlton Ralph E., cabinet-maker, b. J. C. Gates', Moody 
Knox Georgianna M. Miss, teacher Beaver Brook primary 

school, boards J. L. Knox's, Myrtle 



WALTHAM []j] DIRECTORY. 91 

Knox John L., granite dealer (rear Washington, West 

Newton), house Myrtle, near Moody 
Kunzel John, at Am. Watch Co., h. Crescent, opp. Orange 
Kunzel Simon, at American Watch Co., bds. John Kun- 

zel's, Crescent [Clinton 

Kyte Ambrose J., works B. Mnfg. Co., house Newton, n. 
Kyte Richard, hostler, boards Thomas Kyte's, Newton 
Kyte Thomas, house Newton, corner Clinton 

LACOTA JOHN, at bleachery, h. River, n. bleachery 

Lahy John, farmer, house North, above Forest 

Lake George H., agent Singer sewing machine, 297 Main, 

house at Boston 
Lake Hannah, widow of Albert, h. Moody, opp. Orange 
Lakin John, laborer, house 559 Main 
Lally John, at B. Mnfg. Co., house 103 School 
Lally John H., at American Watch Co., house rear New- 
ton, near Benefit 
Lally Michael, laborer, boards Patrick Banks', Calvary 
Lamb Thomas, carpenter, house 107 School, opp. Spring 
Lambert F. Henry, at American Watch Co., boards Mrs. 

A. M. McPhail's, Moody 
Lamott Augustus, carpenter, house Charles, near Grant 
Lamott Oliver, carpenter, house Charles, near Grant 
Lamson Herbert W., carpenter, b. William H. Lamson's, 

Russell 
Lamson Levi J., clerk W. W. Clark & Son, bds. 9 Pine 
Lamson Mary L., widow of George, house 9 Pine 
Lamson Wallace I., clerk (450 Washington, B.), boards 

William H. Lamson's, Russell 
Lamson William H., carpenter, house Russell, near South 
Lanagan Patrick (Rooney & Lanagan), Donahoe's block, 

Main, house Spring, near Middle [Spring 

Lanagan Patrick jr., clerk, 381 Main, bds. P. Lanagan's, 
Landeck William, weaver B. Mnfg. Co., boards 1 River 
Landregan Lawrence, at bleachery, house Oak, n. Moore 
Lane E. Warren, shipping (114 State, B.), boards N. 

Warren's, Weston 
Lane Emory W. (Custom House, B.), boards Nehemiah 

Warren's, Weston, near Main 
Lane Frank W. (Lane & Poole), r. 12 Elm, h. 1 Liberty 
Lane Leonard C, material department American Watch 

Co., house Taylor, near Hall [F. R. R. 

Lane Margaret, widow of John, h. foot of Williams, near 
Lane Mary C, widow of Frank E., bds. Sanderson House 

LANE & POOLE (Frank W. Lane and Charles A. 
Poole), house painters, 12 Elm (see page 301) 
Lang Charles H., at B. Mnfg. Co., h. Felton, cor. Ferren, 
Lang Diana C. Mrs., house 26 Lexington 
6 



92 WALTHAM []j] DIRECTORY. 

Lang Herman, weaver B. Mnfg. Co., boards Charles H. 

Lang's, Felton 
Lang Jas. W., works in bleachery, h. off River, n. Willow 
Lang Victor T., plumber W. B. Knapp, bds. 28 River 
Langille Henry C, carpenter, house Cedar, near Oak 
Langley James W., boarding-house, 1 River 
Langley James W. jr., boards 1 River 
Langreen Klaus, at B. Mnfg. Co., house 53 River 
Lank Martha Mrs., house School, near Spring 
Lappen John, moulder, house rear Willow, near River 
Larcom Fred A., carpenter, boards N. F. Libby's, Har- 
vard avenue 
Larkin Catherine, widow of Patrick, house 45 Exchange 
Larkin Edward, farmer, house 13 Middle 
Larkin John J., blacksmith, boards P. Larkin's, Spring 
Larkin Matthias, at Am. VVatch Co., boards 13 Middle 
Larkin Patrick, laborer, house School, near Spring 
Larkin Patrick, blacksmith, Common, opposite Middle, 

house Spring, near Main 
Larson Anah O., at Am. Watch Co., rooms 86 Moody 
Lathan Albert, at Am. Watch Co., rooms Wm. A. Hos- 

mer's, Crescent 
Lathrop Andrew J., lawyer, room 6 Eagle block, Main, 

and librarian public library, h. Lexington, n. School 
Laughlin Bridget, widow of Thomas, house Foundry av. 
Laughlin John, blacksmith J. Daniels & Son, b. Middle 
Laughlin John, laborer, house Charles, opposite Grant 
Laughlin John J., b. Mrs. Bridget Laughlin's, Foundry av. 
Lavalley Benjamin F., at Am. Watch Co., house Lowell, 

near Pine [Pine 

Lavalley Charles R., overseer at bleachery, h. Lowell, n. 
Law Charles F., at Am. Watch Co., boards Prospect pi. 
Law Samuel, at Am. Watch Co., boards Mrs. A. M. Mc^ 

Phail's, Moody 
Lawler James, laborer, house Sun, near Felton 
Lawless Bridget, operative B. Mnfg. Co., house School, 

near Spring 
Lawless Dominick, laborer, house Day, near Bolton 
Lawless Hannah, widow of Dominick, house 23 Middle 
Lawless Mary, widow of Thomas, house rear 28 Bacon 
Lawless Michael, house 28 Bacon 
Lawrence A. Isabel Miss, house 55 Lexington 
Lawrence Charles E., farmer, bds, E. Lawrence's, North 
Lawrence Edward, farmer, house North, above Quince 
Lawrence Francis J., farmer, house North, above Quince 
Lawrence George B., farmer, house North, above Quince 
Lawrence George H., at Am. Watch Co., rooms Henry 

Richardson's, Taylor 
Lawrence John G., farmer, house North, above Quince 



WALTHAM []j] DIRECTORY. 93 

Lawrence Joseph B., mason, Alder, n. Beech, house do. 
Lawrence Martha B. Miss, house North, above Quince 
Lawrence Nathan N., farmer, house North, above Quince 
Lawrence Phineas, farmer, boards North, above Quince 
Lawrenceson Edward, at Am. Watch Co., rooms J. N. 

Greenwood's, Robbins 
Lawton Herbert, dry goods com., boards 22 Newton 
Lawton Lucius W., house 22 Newton 
Leach Frank W., boards 69 Moody 

Leach James C, baker J. & A. Munster, h. Bacon,n. Main 
Leach Michael B., laborer, bds. Thomas Leach's, Charles 
Leach Thomas, laborer, house Charles, opposite Harvard 
Leary Edward, at American Watch Co., boards Mrs. 

Hannah Leary's, Felton 
Leary Frank D., boards Charles, opposite Fountain 
Leary Hannah, widow of Michael, h. Felton, c. Fountain 
Leary John, laborer, house Felton, near Fountain 
Leary Kate, house Ferren, corner Sun 
Leary Stephen F., clerk T. Leary, boards 57 Felton 
Leary Timothy, grocer, Charles, n. Fountain, house do. 
Leatherbee Charles W. (Wm. H. Leatherbee & Son), 

lumber, house at West Newton 
Leatherbee William H. (Wm. H. Leatherbee & Son), 

lumber, house at West Newton 
Leatherbee Wm. H. & Son (Wm. H. and Chas. W. 

Leatherbee), lumber dealers, Main, near Beaver 

Brook station . [Newton 

Leavin John, mule-spinner B. Mnfg. Co., h. Calvary, near 
Leavy Michael, painter, boards Thomas Leavy's, Charles 
Leavy Patrick, grocer, house Charles, near Williams 
Leavy Thomas, stone-mason, house Charles, n. Williams 
LeBaron Arthur P., at Am. Watch Co., boards Mrs. J. 

S. Whitney's, Crescent 
Lee Charles H., billiard hall, 240 Main, house 34 Elm 
Lee Daniel, spinner Boston Mnfg. Co., house 6 Central 

street block 
Lee Joseph, weaver, boards 14 Elm 
Lee Mary F. Miss, dressmaker, Charles, corner South, 

house Middle, near Spring 
Lee Walter Mrs., house Middle, near Spring 
Leehan Patrick, laborer, boards Richard Leehan's,Charles 
Leehan Richard, laborer, house Charles, opp. Grant 
Leger Joseph T., carpenter, house Sun, near Ferren 
Leger Placide, laborer, house Sun, near Ferren 
Leighton Irving, boxmaker, h. Willow, c. Parker's lane 
Leighton James E., at Am. Watch Co., h. 90 Crescent 
Leland Hannah C, widow of Geo., h. Newton, n. Central 
Lemont Frank P., at Am. Watch Co., boards 92 Moody 
Lennan Elizabeth, wid. of Jas., b. A. M. Clapp's, Adams 



94 WALTHAM [L] DIRECTOKY. 

Lennan Martha A. Miss, bds. Mrs. A. M. Clapp's, Adams 
Lent Jacob, carpenter, rooms Moody, corner Spruce 
Leonard Bridget, widow of Michael, house 103 School 
Leonard Mahlon R., pastor First Universalist Society, h. 

Main, near Prospect 
Leonard Michael C, supt. Mt. Feake cemetery, house 

South, at Mt. Feake cemetery entrance 
Leonard Thomas, laborer, house Friend, near Calvary 
Leonard William J., moulder, house John, near Moore 
Leper John, driver L. J. Kendall, boards do. 
Lerned Asiel H., butter and eggs, house Main, opp. Cross 
Leroy George E., at American Watch Co., house 76 Ash 
Leroy Harriet Mrs., boards 65 Moody 
Leroy John R., at Am. Watch Co., boards 65 Moody 
Leroy William H. Mrs., house 65 Moody 
Leslie Emma J. Mrs., music teacher, 12 Taylor, bds. do. 
Leslie Geo. F., watchmaker American Watch Co., boards 

12 Taylor 
Letourneau James, teamster, 18 Lexington, house do. 
Lewis Alexander, tailor, house Lowell, near Pine 
Lewis Catherine M. Mrs., house 14 Prospect 
Lewis Fred. W., bds. Alex. Lewis', Lowell, near Pine 
Lewis George, at Am. Watch Co., boards Thomas Rhan's, 

Hammond 
Lewis Helen Miss, house Main, corner Liberty 
Lewis Henry H., at B. Mnfg. Co., rooms Robert P. 

Marsh's, Harvard 
Lewis William L., at Am. Watch Co., b. Shawmut House 
Libbey Alonzo B., house Prospect, near Russell 
Libby Edwin J., at Am. Watch Co., h. Orange, n. Adams 
Libby Havilah Mrs., house Taylor, corner Hall 
Libby Nelson F., carpenter, h. Harvard av., n. Harvard 
Lincoln John A., at American Watch Co., boards John 

P. Lincoln's, Moody 
Lincoln John P., foreman of yard Boston Mnfg. Co., h. 

Moody, near Robbing 
Linehan Bridget, widow of Timothy, h. Bolton, c. Acorn 
Lingram Klaus, at B. Mnfg. Co., house River, n. F. R. R. 
Linnehan Daniel, at chalk factory, bds. Bolton, c. Acorn 
Linnehan John, seaman, boards Bolton, corner Acorn 
Linnehan Martin, at bleachery, house Bolton, cor. Acorn 
Linnell John A., at Am. Watch Co., house rear 282 Main 
Linney Henry, spinner B. Mnfg. Co., h. Charles, opp.Grant 
Linskey Bridget, widow of John, house 114 Spring 
Linskey John, laborer, house Exchange, corner Pond 
Linskey Kate, widow of Thomas, h. Exchange, n. Pond 
Linskey Michael, laborer, house Plympton, near Bacon 
Litchfield George, at Am. Watch Co., rms. 17 Prospect 
Littlefleld Charles E., railroad man, house Cross 



WALTHAM [U DIRECTORY. 95 

Littlefield George E., at American Watch Co., rooms A. 
P. Henson's, Brown [°PP- depot 

Littlefield Walter, asst. engineer B. Mnfg. Co., h. Elm, 
Livermore Fred. G., salesman (45 Broad, B.), h. 12 Russell 
Livermore Geo. M., grocer (Clinton, Mass.), b. 13 Bacon 
Livermore Jonas D., baker, 8 Elm, house 8 Newton 
Livermore Josiah, farmer, b. Mrs. H. S. Bemis', Lexington 
Livermore Walter A., at American Watch Co., boards 

Charles E. Pratt's, Prospect place 
Livermore William, house 13 Bacon 
Lloyd Francis, bouse 13 River 
Lloyd Jeremiah, driver Weeks & Co., house Cross 
Locke Abbie S., widow of George, bds. High, near Moody 
Locke Alonzo S., at American Watch Co., house Chest- 
nut, near Adams 
Locke Amanda N., widow of Wm. M., h. r. 103 School 
Locke Elizabeth W., widow of Hosea B., house Moody, 

corner Walnut 
Locke Frank O., clerk Sherman & Locke, h. 9 Prospect 
Locke Fred. M., express, house 74 Moody 
Locke George A., engineer F. R. R., h. High, n. Moody 
Locke Samuel E., house 42 School 

Locke Willard P. (Sherman & Locke), grocer, Main, cor- 
ner Spring, house Floyd, near Russell 
Locke William, hatter (387 Washington, B.), house Main, 
near Lyman [19 Walnut 

Locke Wm. Pillsbury, works American Watch Co., house 
Lockwood Walter S., carpenter, b. Chas A. Reed's, Charles 
Logan Edgar F., at Roberts' paper mill, bds. 242 Main 
Logan George W., commercial traveler (181 Devonshire, 

B.), boards W. J. Logan's, Church 
Logan John, hair spring mnfr., Vernon, n. Prospect, h. do. 
Logan Walter, at Am. Watch Co., rooms 98 Moody 
Logan Wm. J., section-master F. R. R.,h. Church, n. Main 
Lombard Richard S., at B. Mnfg. Co., boards A. J. Tib- 

bett's, Newton 
Long Mary Miss, house Moody, corner Maple 
Lonie Robert W., at Am. Watch Co., h. Oak, n. Newton 
Lord Cora E. Miss, dressmaker, Moody, c. Spruce, b. do. 
Lord John Newton, painter and paper-hanger American 

Watch Co., boards Shawmut House 

Loring Edward D., lawyer, 855 Main, room 2 upstairs, h. 

Lyman, corner School [Moody 

Loud Wm., at Am. Watch Co., b. Mrs. Sarah E. Ring's, 

Loux Joseph, wheelwright, Main, opp. Prospect House, 

house Hammond 
Lovejoy Levi P., at Am. Watch Co., rooms 35 Crescent 
Lowell John, at Am. Watch Co., boards 72 Ash 
Lowell Olivia H., widow of Charles, h. 2 Chestnut place 



96 WALTHAM [$[] DIRECTORY. 

Lowell W. F. Mrs., dressmaker, 72 Ash, house do. 

Lucas Charles F., boards 302 Main 

Lucas Edwin, works in the bleachery, boards Wra. J. 

Bennett's, off River 
Lucas Geo. D., piano-forte maker (Miller's, 611 Washing- 
ton, B.), house 302 Main 
Lucas Geo. F., at American Watch Co., bds. 302 Main 
Lucas Walter B., clerk H. E. Priest, boards 302 Main 
Lucas Wm. H., messenger B. Mnfg. Co., boards 302 Main 
Luce Charles D., carpenter, house Moody, corner Robbins 
Luce Enos T., judge of district court, office room 6, Ea- 
gle block, Main, house Main, opp. Harvard 
Lundburg John, florist, house Pond, corner Bacon 
Luut Annie C. Miss, at Am. Watch Co., boards Samuel 

Friebe's, Robbins 
Lunt Annie W. Mrs., boards George Wyckoff's, Charles 
Lunt George H., at R. G. Brown & Co.'s, boards George 

Wyckoff's, Charles 
Lunt Jenny A., widow of Robert, at American Watch 

Co., boards Samuel Friebe's, Robbins 
Lyman Arthur T., treas. Hadley Co. (18 Summer, B.), 
winter residence (16 Mt. Vernon, B.), summer resi- 
dence, Beaver, near Forest 
Lynch Cornelius, farmhand Jeremiah Lynch, Forest, b. do. 
Lynch Daniel, teamster, house rear Willow, near River 
Lynch James, house rear Willow, near River 
Lyneh Jeremiah, fanner, house Forest, near North 
Lynch John F., at American Watch Co., boards John J. 
Lynch's, Moody [c. Chestnut 

Lynch John J., foreman American Watch Co., h. Moody, 
Lynch Michael IL, jeweler American Watch Co., house 

Calvary, near Newton 
Lynch Thos. J., at Am.Watch Co., b. Moody, c. Chestnut 
Lynch William, farmer, house Forest, near North 
Lyon Frederick O., at American Watch Co., rooms U. E. 

Patridge's, Cherry 
Lyons Michael, at bleachery, house Benefit, n. Newton 
Lyons Wm., carpenter, house Plympton, near Bacon 

MACE JUDSON, car driver, boards Prospect House 
Mack Ellen Mrs., house John, corner Friend 
Mack Michael, laborer, house rear School, near Spring 
Mackay Misses, bread store and confectionery, Common, 

near Main, house do. 
Macardy John W., millinery goods, 277 Main, house 

School, near Lyman 
Macurdy Roland W., boards J. W. Macurdy's, School 
Madden Dennis, laborer, house Moore, corner John 
Madden Edmund, laborer, bds. Dennis Madden's, Moore 



WALTHAM [J[] DIEECTORY. 97 

Madden John, farmer, house 198 Mnin, near Newton 
Madden Patrick J., farmer, house Winter, near Lincoln 
Madden Thomas, laborer Pope & Viles, bds. Dennis Mad- 
den's, Moore 
Madden Thomas E., student, boards 198 Main 
Maginn Patrick, laborer, house Bolton, near Newton 
Maguire Edward M., at Am. Watch Co., h. Cross, n.Main 
Maguire John, painter B. Mnfg. Co., h. Cross, c. Central 
Maguire Wm. J., farmer, house North, near Quince 
Mahan Edward E., at American Watch Co., boards Geo. 

H. Reach's, Ash 
Maher Cornelius, spinner Boston Manufacturing Co., 

house Charles, near Water 
Mahoney Cornelius, moulder, house South, corner Charles 
Mahoney John, student, boards 4 Mechanic 
Mahoney Wm., house 4 Mechanic 

Maker Frank, at Am. Watch Co., b. Moody, c. Chestnut 
Makin George H., engineer F. R. R., house 51 Central 
Malgreen Charles, at B.Mnfg. Co., house 61 River 
Mallard George H., watchmaker Am. Watch Co., house 

High, near Beech 
Malone John, section hand F. R. R., house rear School, 

nearly opposite Spring 
Malone Patrick, laborer, b. Martin Eagle's, Foundry av. 
Maloney Charles J., baggage master F. R. R., house Cal- 
vary, near Newton [Water 
Maloney James, works Am. Watch Co., h. Charles, cor. 
Maloney John, laborer, house Moore, opposite Oak 
Maloney Lot, laborer, house Charles, near Grant 
Maloney Matthew, painter J. H. Wheelan 
Maloney Michael, spinner, boards 96 School 
Maloney Owen, laborer, house 96 School 
Maloney Richard, laborer, house Oak, near Cedar 
Maloy Eunice, widow of James, h. r. Cedar, near Oak 
Maloy Patrick, laborer, house Bacon, corner Pond 
Maloy Thomas, contractor, 22 Spring, house do. 
Maloy Thos. F., fireman water works, h. Clinton, n. Day 
Manchester Eugene L., engraver American Watch Co., 

house 11 Pine 
Manion Martin, laborer F. R. R., h. Clinton, opp. Day 
Manion Mary, wid. of James, h. r. Beaver Brook station 
Manion Michael, moulder, house Grove, near Willow 
Mann Arthur W., driver Gibbs & Co. Ex., b. 11 Middle 

MANN CHARLES H., agent Waltham bleachery 
and dye works, boards at Boston (see page 302) 
Mann Charles H., machinist American Watch Co., house 

Moody, corner Maple 
Mann Emma J. Mrs., boarding-house, 28 River 
Mann Fred H., machinist, boards E. T. Taylor's, Grant 



98 WALTHAM [M] DIRECTORY. 

Mann Martha W. A., widow of Chester, boards G. R. 

Grant's, Cherry 
Manning Charles, moulder, bds. Peter R. Brady's, Felton 
Manning Elizabeth Miss, house 70 School 
Manning Henry, junk dealer, house Felton, n. Mechanic 
Manning Henry jr., laborer, boards Felton, n. Prospect 
Manning John, laborer, house Grove, near Willow 
Manning John J., boards John Manning's, Grove 
Manning Patrick, grocer, School, opp. Spring, boards P. 

Collins', rear School 
Manning Thomas, laborer, house Felton, near Mechanic 
Manning William, laborer, house School, near Spring 
Mansfield George A., works American Watch Co., house 

School, near Bacon ( 

Mansfield George F., works Am. Watch Co., h. 50 Adams 
Mansfield Henri A., boots and shoes (57 High, B.), house 

Moody, corner Myrtle 
Mansfield Joseph D., laborer, h. r. Beaver Brook station 
Manson Frederick, watchmaker American Watch Co., 

house 209 Main 
Manton James, laborer, house Exchange; near Pond 
Marden J. Y., at Am. Watch Co., h. Chestnut, n. Moody 
Marran James, laborer, house Felton 
Marran Rebecca Miss, house Charles, near Fountain 
Marsh David S. (D. S. Marsh & Son), clothing and fur- 
nishing goods, 4 Rumford bldg., Main, h. 8 Cushing 
Marsh David S. .& Son (David S. and Wm. W. Marsh), 

clothing and furnishing goods, 4 Rumford bldg., Main 
Marsh Edward A., foreman American Watch Co., house 

Adams, corner Walnut [House 

Marsh Edward R. D., at Am. Watch Co., b. Shawmut 
Marsh Ned K., rooms 8 Cushing 

Marsh Robert P., musician, house Harvard, near Charles 
Marsh Warren, machinist American Watch Co., house 

Moody, corner Robbins 
Marsh William W. (D. S. Marsh & Son), 4 Rumford 

building, Main, house 10 Cushing 
Marshall Robert G., at Am. Watch Co., bds. 53 Crescent 
Marston Ellen L., widow of John, h. rear 14 Prospect 

MARTIN Lu WALTER, carpenter, Lowell, cor. 
Chestnut, house do. (see page 298) 
Martin Thomas, laborer, house Williams, near Felton 
Mason Anna W. Mrs., house rear 282 Main 
Mason Joseph, at B. Mnfg. Co., boards 30 Taylor 
Mathews James, carpenter George D. Taylor, house 98 

School 
Mayall Mary, widow of William, house 14 River 
Mayer Lazarus J., horse shoer and blacksmith, Water, n. 

Charles, house 413 Main 



WALTHAM [J[] DIRECTORY. 99 

Mayer L. J. Mrs., dressmaker, 413 Main, house do. 
Mayhew Mary J. Mrs., boarding house, Robbins, near 

Crescent 
Maynard Addison D., hulled c6rn and ice cream, 346 Main, 
house do. [near Moody 

Maynard Eliza, widow of Nathaniel, house rear Main, 
Maynard Emily Mrs., rooms 19 Walnut 
Maynard Frank (Clark, Maynard & Co.), dry goods and 

carpetings, Music Hall, Elm, h. Main, near Moody 
Maynard Frank W., machinist at Am. Watch Co., house 

Moody, cor. Ash 
Maynard Fred. W., milkman, h. rear Harvard, n. Charles 
Maynard George H., jeweler, h. Main, opposite Pleasant 
Mayo John, laborer, house rear 282 Main 
McAleer Christopher, laborer, house John, opp. Flood 
McAllister Alexander F., groceries, 98 School, house do. 
McAllister Ann C. Mrs., house Chestnut, cor. Lowell 
McAllister Edward (W. H. & E. McAllister), frame man- 
ufacturer, house Chestnut, corner Lowell 
McAllister Wellington H. (W. H. & E. McAllister), pict- 
ure frames and screen mnfr., h. Chestnut, c. Lowell 
McAllister W. H. & E. (Wellington H. and Edward 

McAllister), frame and screen mnfrs., 81 Moody 
McAuliffe Patrick, laborer, house John, cor. Moore 
McAvoy James, at bleachery, house Bolton, near Newton 
McAvoy Mrs., house Plympton 

McBride Edward J., clerk, 284 Main, boards 28 River 
McBride Henry J., iron moulder, house r. Beaver Brook 

station 
McBride Mary, widow of James, dressmaker, Charles, 

opposite Grant, house do. 
McBride R. P., U. P. Tea Co., 269 Main 
McCabe John, brakeman F. R. R., h. Newton, opp. Pine 
McCann Bridget Miss, house Newton, near the bridge 
McCann Kate Miss, house Felton, near Fountain 
McCann Mary, widow of William, h. Calvary, n. Cedar 
McCann Michael, teamster, h. rear Beaver Brook station 
McCann Owen, house Newton, near the bridge 
McCann Patrick, laborer, h. Newton, near the bridge 
McCarthy Catherine, widow of John, h. Felton, n. Water 
McCarthy Dennis, laborer, house 7 Spring 
McCarthy Florence T., at American Watch Co., boards 

Catherine McCarthy's, Felton 
McCarthy Jeremiah, mason, house r. Newton, n. Benefit 
McCarthy John, in the bleachery, h. River, near Willow 
McCarthy John, farmer, house Lincoln, corner North 
McCarthy Michael C, blacksmith H. McDonald, house 

Spring, opposite Middle 
McCarthy Patrick, laborer, house Calvary, corner Flood 



100 WALTHAM [51] DIRECTORY. 

McCarthy Stephen, laborer, house Charles, near Water 
McCarthy Thomas H., at American Watch Co., house 

Prospect, foot of Felton 
McCartney James, laborer, house rear 11 Middle 
McCarty Jeremiah, laborer, house Williams, near Felton 
McCarty Stephen F., laborer, boards Jeremiah McCarty's, 

Williams 
McCarty Thomas, laborer, h. rear Beaver Brook station 
McClary Joseph L., section-master F. R. R., house Pine, 

corner Lowell [Floyd 

McClary Mary P., wid. of Albert, nurse, h. Charles, opp. 
McOure John E., tailor, 87 Moody, boards Mrs. J. G. 

Whitney's, Crescent 
McClusky Daniel, laborer, house Friend, near John 
McCool Michael, carpenter, house 22 Cross [h. do. 

McCormick Cornelius J., physician, Common, n. School, 
McCorraick Patrick, weaver B. Mnfg. Co., boards 11 

Long block, Elm 
McCoy John, at bleachery, house Willow, near Main 
McCullough John, laborer, boards 281 Main 
McCullough John, weaver B. Mnfg. Co., bds. 46 Central 
McCullough John H., clerk, 3 Eagle block, Main, house 

Mt. Pleasant [River 

McCullough Matthias, at bleachery, b. David Bowman's, 
McCullough Thos.,in the bleachery, h. River, n. bleachery 
McCullough Thomas, laborer, boards 281 Main 
McCullough William, laborer, boards 281 Main 
McCullough William jr., clerk, 3 Eagle block, house Music 

Hall block, Elm 
McCullow Alexander, grocer, Spring, cor. Middle, h. do. 
McCullow Margaret, wid. of Charles, h. Spring, c. Middle 
McCurdy Samuel Wilder, carpenter, house 65 Moody, 

corner Crescent 
McCusker Barney, contractor, h. Newton, cor. Taylor 
McCusker Bridget, widow of Patrick, h. Friend, c. John 
McCusker Edward B., foreman B. McCusker, bds. New- 
ton, corner Taylor 
McCusker Ellen Miss, house Plympton 
McCusker Frank W., foreman B. McCusker, bds. New- 
ton, corner Taylor 
McCusker James F., clerk T. Leary, boards Bridget Mc- 

Cusker's, Friend 
McCusker Owen, laborer, house Central, near Newton 
McDonald Alexander, at the bleachery. h. Oak, n. Newton 
McDonald Hugh, blacksmith, rear Main, near Central 

House, house Vernon, near Prospect 
McDonald Hugh jr., clerk (18 P. O. square, B.), boards 

Hugh McDonald's, Vernon 
McDonald John, in the bleachery, h. Oak, near Newton 



WALTHAM [5|[] DIRECTORY. 101 

McDonald Norman, carpenter, house Prospect, c. Felton 
McDonald Stanley, at American Watch Co., boards Adams 

House, Adams 
McDonnough Mary, wid. of Thomas, h. 3 Long blk., Elm 
McDonough Thomas, iron worker, h. Foundry avenue 
McEneany Patrick, grocer, Charles, near Water, h. do. 
McEnnis Chas., moulder, b. H. J. McBride's, New Grove 
McGahan Neil, laborer, house Cross, near Central 
McGann John, section-hand B. Mnfg. Co., boards 7 Long 

block, Elm 
McGann Margaret, widow of John, house 2 Spruce 
McGann William, weaver B. Mnfg. Co., house High, near 

Newton line 
McGerry John T., B. Mnfg. Co., h. High, n. Newton line 
McGill Robert, clerk (B.), "boards Robert Hay's, Myrtle 
McGlinchey John, wood dealer, house 118 School 
McGlinchey William G., laborer, boards 118 School 
McGovern Owen, laborer B. Mnfg. Co., h. 7 Long blk., Elm 
McGovern Thomas, weaver B. Mnfg. Co., boards 7 Long 

block, Elm 
McGown Michael, laborer, h. Willow, c. Foundry avenue 
McGown Michael, laborer, house 13 Middle 
McGown Patrick, laborer, house Felton, near Williams 
McGrath John, house River, near Willow 
McGrath John, laborer, house Felton, near Fountain 
McGrath Patrick, stone-cutter, b. John McGrath's, River 
McGreg Mary Mrs., house Oak, near Cedar 
McGregor John, farmer, house Lexington, near Lake 
McGuinness Catharine, widow of Lawrence, house rear 

Fountain, near Charles 
McGuinness Daniel B., boards 17 Middle 
McGuinness Dennis, hostler J. & A. Munster, h. 17 Middle 
McGuinness Frank, auctioneer and bill poster, Main, cor- 
ner Church, house rear 18 Elm 
McGuinness Frank, clerk Clark, Maynard & Co., boards 

Catharine McGuinness', rear Fountain 
McGuinness John J., hostler Central House, bds. do. 
McGuinness Thomas, at bleachery, boards Frank McGuin- 
ness', rear 18 Elm [h. do. 
McGurn Ellen Miss, millinery and fancy goods, 285 Main, 
McHugh Patrick, gardener, house Pond, near Exchange 
Mcintosh Mary A., wid. of Robert, b. Robbins, n. Crescent 
Mcintosh Robert, works American Watch Co., house 

Robbins, near Crescent 
McKenna James H., policeman, house Newton, n. Taylor 
McKenna John E., tailor (B.), boards 91 Harvard 
McKenna Louisa, widow of Patrick, h. Newton, c. Bolton 
McKenna Patrick, shoemaker, 21 Middle, house do. 
McKenna William, at Am. Watch Co., rms. 19 Crescent 



102 WALTHAM [}/[] DJEECTORY. 

McKenna William P., at bleachery, h. Newton, c. Bolton 
McKenny Edmund, at Am. Watch Co., rooms 19 Walnut 
McKenzie Alex, carpenter, house 57 Central 
McKenzie John C, carpenter, house Pine, near Gardner 
McKernell Daniel, carriage-painter, house rear 18 Elm 
McKernell James, wheelwright, Water, house 61 Central 
McKerns Michael, laborer, house Exchange, cor. Pond 
McKillop John, laborer, house Bacon, near Dale 
McKillop John, laborer, house River, corner Elm 
McKillop Mary Mrs., house 16 River 
McLeave Edward, at Am. Watch Co., boards 95 Crescent 
McLeod Alex, mason, boards 46 Central 
McLeod Donald, carpenter, house Bobbins, near Adams 
McLouglilin Patrick, laborer, house Friend, n. Calvary 
McMahan Patrick, laborer, house Felton, opp. Fountain 
McMahon Patrick, mason, house John, near Moore 
McMenamin Bernard, laborer, h. rear Felton, n. Fountain 
MeMillen Gideon, at Am. Watch Co., b. 32 Brown 
McNally Geo. E. Mrs., house 7 River avenue 
McNally James, at B. Mnfg. Co., boards 34 River 
McNally Robert, at B. Mnfg. Co., boards 34 River 
McNally Matthew J., dialpainter E. D. Wetherbee, rooms 

8 Taylor. 
McNamee Frank, produce, b. P. McNamee's, Calvary 
McNamee Patrick, works American Watch Co., house 

Calvary, near F. R. R., Watertown branch 
McNaugh Hugh, house 1 Long block, Elm 
McParland John (McParland & Co.), provisions, Dix 

block, Moody, house do. 

MCPARLAND & CO. (John McParland), provis- 
ions. Dix block, Moody (see page 301) 
McPhail Alice M., wid. of Albert, h. Moody, opp. Brown 
McQuestion Jas., in bleachery, b. Frank McGuiness',r. Elm 
McSweeney Cornelius, harnessmaker, h. Spring, n. School 
McVey Bernard, machinist, house Chemistry station 
McVey Patrick, gateman F. R. R., bds. Chemistry station 
McVey Peter, station agent, Chemistry station, h. do. 

McWAIN CHARLES W., cigars, tobacco, etc., 2 
Rumford building,Main, h. 80 School (see page 310) 
McWain Harriet N., widow of Wm. B., house 80 School 
McWain William D., grocer, 2 Central block,Main, house 
31 Pond, near Exchange [bds. 19 Church 

Mead James W. Mrs., millinery and fancy goods, 16 Elm, 
Mealand Henry, at Am. Watch Co., South, near Felton 
Meehan John, at bleachery, house Calvary, near Moore 
Megquier Orland D., engineer (31 Court sq., B.), house 

15 Cushing 
Melia Martin, laborer, house Charles, near Fountain 
Meldrin Charles, laborer, house River, near F. R. R. 



WALTHAM [JI] DIRECTORY. 103 

Melody Ellen, widow, house 68 Charles 
Melody John, laborer, house Calvary, opp. Moore 
Melody Mary Miss, house Charles, opp. Williams 
Melody Thos. F., clerk W. D. McWain, house Newton, 

opposite Bolton 
Merchant Sydney, painter, boards 11 Adams 
Merriam Eliza M. Mrs., h. Cross, corner Main 
Merriam Harry G. R<, paper-hanger, house Mechanic, 

near Charles [W. Eaton's, Cherry 

Merrill Walter, at American Watch Co., rooms Myron 
Merry George A., boarding-house 22, 24 and 26 River 
Metcalf Emily Miss, homeopathic physician, 276 Main, 

corner Moody, boards do. 
Meyers Samuel F., Am. Watch Co. 
Midget John, gardener Mrs. Lydia Worcester, house 

Bacon, near Dale 
Miles Mary J. Miss, teacher North grammar school 
Miles Sophia J., wid. of Chas., bds. G. W. Clark's, Vernon 
Miles Thos., carpenter, rms. Mrs. Calvin Fiske's, Lexington 
Milet Michael, tailor (220 Washington, B.), house Cal- 
vary, near Newton 
Milkins A. L., at Am. Watch Co., h. Walnut, n. Moody 
Millard Frank B., clerk (26 Winter, B.), house Floyd, 

corner Charles 
Millard Harriet B. Mrs., house Floyd, near Russell 
Miller Abbie K., widow of Lewis, house 25 Adams 
Miller Albert S., machinist American Watch Co., house 

Moody, opposite Brown 
Miller Charles, at American Watch Co., boards H. C. 

Stowell's, Robbins 
Miller Forrest, at Am. Watch Co., rms. Moody, c. Ash 
Miller Frederick, sectionhand B. Mnfg. Co., house 4 Long 

block, Elm 
Miller Helen A. Mrs., house off Pine, near Newton 
Miller James, carpenter, house Charles, near Mechanic 
Miller Jane W., wid. of Thomas, h. Vernon, n. Prospect 

MILLER JOHN G., carpenter and builder, Main, 
opposite Linden, house Main, n. Linden (see p. 305) 
Miller Joseph, weaver, house 9 River 
Miller Joseph A., weaver, boards 9 River 
Miller Joseph H., clerk F. R. R. (Boston), bds. 25 Adams 
Miller Lucinda Miss, house Cross, corner Main 
Miller Mandana L., widow of Leonard, rooms 56 Crescent 
Miller Ruth F. Miss, house Cross, corner Main 
Mills Alden A., at American Watch Co., rooms 25 Maple 
Mills Henry M., at B. Mnfg. Co., house Pine, n. Newton 
Mills James, at Am. Watch Co., b. S. M. Jenks', Moody 
Milton Edwin T., dry goods, Moody, near Spruce, house 
Moody, opposite High 



104 WALTHAM [5[] DIRECTORY. 

Milton G. Arthur, clerk E. T. Milton, b. Moody, opp. High 

Mitchell Adam, at bleachery, b. Miss Ann Mitchell's, River 

Mitchell Ann Mrs., house River, near Willow 

Mitchell John, laborer, house rear 28 Bacon 

Mitchell John, machinist American Tool Co. 

Mitchell Joseph, at American Watch Co., rooms Sheldon 

Owen's, Cherry [Rand's, Cushing 

Mitchell J. Edgar, at Am. Watch Co., rooms Geo. F. 
Mitchell D. Nash, at American Watch Co., bds. 62 River 
Mitchell Robert G., clerk D. V. Yiles, boards River . 
Mitchell Thos., at Am. Watch Co., h. Hall, opp. Cushing 
Mitchell Thomas, laborer, house Felton, near Water 
Mitchell Thomas, laborer, house John, corner Friend 
Mitchell Walter W., clerk Boston Branch Grocery, boards 

4 Harvard avenue 
Mitchell William, at B. Mnfg. Co., b. 11 Long blk., Elm 
Mitchell Wm., laborer S. D. Warren, house Willow 
Mogan Wm. H., at B. Mnfg. Co., h. Exchange, n. School 
Mogan Wm. H. jr., machinist, boards Wm. H. Mogan's, 

Exchange 
Molin Fritz, at American Watch Co., boards 53 Crescent 
Monahan Patrick, laborer, house Water, near Felton 
Monehan John F., carpenter at bleachery, house River, 

near Willow 
Monehan Mary, wid. of James, h. Newton, near the bridge 
Mohehan Nancy Mrs., house Exchange, near Main 
Monks Frank, harnessmaker, 303 Main, h. at Newtonville 
Monroe A. T. Mrs., dressmaker, h. Chestnut, near Hall 
Monroe Daisy S. Miss, music teacher, boards Mrs. A. T. 

Monroe's, Chestnut 
Monroe Frank S., clerk J. Glidden & Son, bds. 30 Taylor 
Moody Nathaniel A., chief of police, rms. Chestnut, near 

Moody 
Moody Wm. A., clerk (109 Pearl, B.), boards Chas. H. 

Moulton's, Crescent [Common 

Mooney Martin J., hostler J. A. Chenery, h. School, near 
Mooney Patrick, hackman, house Buttrick's block, Felton 
Moor Chas. E., at Am. Watch Co., b. E. D. Moor's, Alder 

MOOR ELIJAH D., carpenter, house Alder, near 
Moody (see page 296) 

Moor George C, watchmaker, boards 6 Crescent 

Moor John R., dialmaker E. D. Wetherbee, house Cen- 
tral, near Elm 

Moor John S., house 61 Crescent 

Moore Alice Mrs., house 41 River 

Moore Brothers (Edward P. Moore & Geo. F. Moore), 
upholsterers, Whitford block, Main, n. Lexington 

Moore Caroline F., widow of Joshua S., house 19 Brown 

Moore Charles, works Am. Watch Co., h. High, opp. Hall 



WALTHAM [J[] DIRECTORY. 105 

Moore Clara J., wid. of Charles H., h. River, n. Jackson 
Moore Edward P. (Moore Bros.), upholsterer, b. 8 Union 
Moore Edwin F., at American Watch Co., house East 

Ash, near Moody 
Moore Eliza J. Miss, boards Mrs. Esther Moore's, Main 
Moore Esther, widow of James, house Main, near Elm 
Moore Frank, at Am. Watch Co., h. Pine, near Gardner 
Moore Frank R., packer (203 Bridge, East Cambridge), 

house Common, near School 
Moore Fred W., at B. Mnfg. Co., b. Clara J. Moore's, River 
Moore George B., brewer, Main, near Beaver Brook, house 

Main, near Pleasant 
Moore Georgena Miss, private school, 240 Main, boards 

James G. Moore's, Gardner 
Moore Geo. F. (Moore Bros.), upholsterer, bds. 8 Union 
Moore Hannah P., widow of George, house 8 Union 
Moore Harvey S., at American Watch Co., bds. 19 Brown 
Moore Henry, machinist F. R. R. (Charlestown), house 

39 Hall 
Moore Horatio, president Waltham Savings Bank, house 

Pine, near Newton 
Moore James G., house Gardner, near Pine 
Moore James M., real estate agent (8 Traveler building, 

B.), rooms Moody, corner Gordon 
Moore John F., at American Watch Co., house Pond, 

near Lexington 
Moore John M., boards Crescent, corner Ash 
Moore John M., works American Watch Co., house 

Moody, opposite High 
Moore Kate Mrs., house 20 Newton 
Moore Letetia Mrs., house 6 Taylor 
Moore Lydia P., wid. of Caleb B., h. Common, n. School 
Moore Sarah Miss, boards Mrs. Esther Moore's, Main 
Moore Susanna, widow of Amory, b. E. W. Beal's, Main 
Moore Wilbur E., carpenter, house Cashing, near Hall 
Moore Wilson J., at Am. Watch Co., boards 10 Spruce 
Moorhouse Josiah, dial-painter, h. Crescent, n. Adams 
Moran James, laborer, boards P. Connelly's, Felton 
Moran Martin, laborer, house Cedar, near Calvary 
Morancy Isaac, at American Watch Co., boards Mrs. M. 

M. Hamilton's 
Morgan Catherine, widow of Frank A., h. Oak, c. Moore 
Morgan Clarence C., at box factory, house Parker lane 
Morgan Frank J. (F. J. & W. H. Morgan), fancy goorts, 

246 Main, boards Oak, corner Moore 
Morgan F. J. & W. H. (Frank J. and Will H. Morgan), 

fancy goods, 246 Main 
Morgan Will H. (F. J. & W. H. Morgan), fancy goods, 

246 Main, boards Oak, corner Moore 



106 WALTHAM [JJ] DIEECTOET. 

Morrill Calista G., widow of Samuel, h. rear 57 Central 
Morrill Charles O., clerk W. D. McWain, Central block, 

rooms H. H. Edwards', Chestnut 
Morrill Emma F. Miss, boards rear 57 Central 
Morris Hedley, fit American Watch Co., boards Donald 

McLeod's, Robbins 
Morris John T., clerk Clark, Maynard & Co., boards J. 

N. Farnham's, 217 Main 
Morris Lucian, mason, Charles, near Prospect, house do. 
Morris Thomas, laborer, house Bolton, near Newton 
Morrisey David, farmhand W. A. Austin, b. do., South 
Morrisey John (South Boston Rolling Mills), house Wil- 
low, corner Foundry avenue 
Morrisey Michael, laborer, h. Prospect, foot of Felton 
Morrisey Michael, laborer, house Grove, near Willow 
Morrisey Thomas F., farmer, house Grove, near Willow 
Morrison Amasa J., blacksmith John A. Green, house 

Oak, near Acorn 
Morse Abijah A., works American Watch Co., house Ash, 

near Moody 
Morse Annie A., widow of Frank O., h. Adams, n. Maple 
Morse Cyrus A., at American Watch Co., house Cres- 
cent, opposite Walnut 
Morse James, at B. Mnfg. Co., boards 24 River 
Morse Henry D., at Am. Watch Co., house 53 Adams 
Morse Nathan, lawyer (23 Court, B.), h. North, above 

Quince 
Morse Ranny, at Boston Manufacturing Co., rooms Ed- 
ward H. Crosby's, Lowell 
Morse Willard W., at Am. Watch Co., h. Ash, n. Moody 

Morse , section-hand, boards 14 Elm 

Morthin P. W. W., at American Watch Co., rooms 

Chauncy Hartwell's, Cherry 
Morton George W., house 26 Taylor 
Mosher Eber W., at Am. Watch Co., h. High, n. Gardner 
Mosher Julia A., widow of Thomas H., house Cushing, 
near Hall [Cushing, near Hall 

Mosher Thomas H., carpenter, boards Julia A. Mosher's, 
Mosman George, at American Watch Co., rooms John 

Kunzel's, Crescent 
Moulton Charles H., salesman (27 High, B.), house 7 
Crescent, opposite Spruce [Crescent 

Moulton Harriet, widow of Josiah,b. Chas. H. Moulton's, 
Moulton Henry, at Am. Watch Co., b. Ash, near Adams 
Mower Fred, actor, boards 13 Hall 
Mower J. H. Mrs., house 13 Hall 
Mudgett Anna M., widow of Wm. S., dressmaker, house 

Main, near Cross 
Mulcahy John, laborer, house off Felton, near F. R. R. 



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WALTHAM [M] DIRECTORY. 107 

Muldoon Edward T., boards Patrick Muldoon's, Oak 
Muldoon John, laborer, house Cedar, near Oak 
Muldoon John F., machinist Boston Manufacturing Co., 

boards Patrick Muldoon's, Oak 
Muldoon John P., at hosiery mill, boards Cedar, n. Oak 
Muldoon Patrick, laborer, house Oak, near Moore 
Mulhern Augustine B., student, bds. James Mulhern's, 

Farwell 
Mulhern James, house Farwell, corner Calvary 
Mulkern Michael, laborer, house Willow, c. Foundry av. 
Mullally Lawrence, laborer, house Grove, near Willow 
Mullaney Matthew J., superintendent free public bath- 
house, house Oak, opposite Acorn 
Mullen Bridget Mrs., house School, nearly opp. Spring 
Mulleu Catherine, widow of John, h. Main, n. Weston 
Mullen Catherine, widow of Michael, groceries, Oak, opp. 

Acorn 
Mullen Daniel, house John, near Moore 
Mullen Edward, driver Gibbs & Co., boards James Mul- 
len's, Russell [len's, Main 
Mullen Frank J., at Am. Watch Co., b. Catherine Mul- 
Mullen James, carriage-smith, hodse Russell, near Floyd 
Mullen Maria, widow of Patrick, h. Spring, near Middle 
Mullen Martin, laborer, house Oak, near Cedar 
Mulligan Ann, widow of James, house John, cor. Flood 
Mulligan James T., at bleachery, h. Flood, corner John 
Mullby Charles, clerk Bradford & Williams, boards N. P. 

Mulloy's, Ash 
Mulloy Nathan P., at Arn. Watch Co., h. Ash, n. Crescent 
Mulvaney James, at B. Mnfg. Co., boards 33 River 
Mulvihili Martin, contractor, h. John, head of Flood 
Munroe Frank B., at Am. Watch Co., house off Charles, 
near Prospect [Cousins', Charles 

Munroe Joseph R., blacksmith John A. Green, rm. Charles 
Munson Wm. L., carpenter Am. Watch Co., house Wal- 
nut, near Moody 
Munster Augustus (J. & A. Munster), baker, 443 Main, 
house do. [n. railroad 

Munster Herman, baker J. & A. Munster, h. Hammond, 
Munster John (J. & A. Munster), baker, 443 Main and 18 
Elm, house 18 Elm [18 Elm 

Munster Josie Miss, teacher of German and music, boards 
Munster J. & A. (John and Augustus Munster), bakers, 

443 Main, near Grant 
Munster Susan Mrs., house School, near Bacon 
Murphy Bridget, widow of Bernard, h. Moore, near Oak 
Murphy Daniel, laborer, house Charles, opp. Williams 
Murphy Henry, at American Watch Co., rooms Wm. H. 
Thompson's, Moody, corner Chestnut 
7 



108 WALTHAM [N] DIRECTORY. 

Murphy James, laborer, h. r. School, nearly opp. Spring 
Murphy Jas. P., bookkeeper (450 Wash., B.),h. 11 Maple 
Murphy John, laborer, boards Bridget Murphy's, Moore 
Murphy John J. Rev., assistant pastor St. Mary's church, 

house School, near Common 
Murphy K. G. (Murphy & Rooney), clothing, 381 Main, 

house 30 Bacon 
Murphy Michael, tailor, house Oak, corner Cedar 
Murphy Patrick B., liquors, 407 Main, h. Spring, c. Middle 
Murphy Richard, laborer Pope & Viles, bds. Bridget Mur- 
phy's, Moore 
Murphy Thomas, laborer, house Colby block, 5 Felton 
Murphy William, shoemaker, house Charles 
Murphy William, shoemaker, house Charles, n. Mechanic 
Murphy & Rooney (K. G. Murphy and John F. Rooney), 

clothing, 381 Main 
Murray John, plasterer, house rear 13 Middle 
Murray John, works in bleachery, house 17 Cross 
Murray John J., agent Babcock pump, boards 559 Main 
Murray Robert, landscape gardener, house 33 Crescent 
Murray Win., engraver Am. Watch Co., h. 54 Crescent 
Murray William, mason, boards Shawmut House 
Murtha Michael, boots and shoes, Charles, near Mechanic, 

rooms Mrs. Julia Clark's, Charles 
Muzzey George, engineer F. R. R., house 97 Moody 
Myers Samuel, at Am. Watch Co., rras. Elm, opp. depot 
Myshrall John G., painter, house Charles, Opp. Harvard 
Myshrall Matilda Mrs., dressmaker, Main, n. Spring, h. do. 
Myshrall Peter F., painter, house Charles, opp. Harvard 

NASH DAVID L., at American Watch Co., house rear 

Pine, near Newton 
Nash Edgar N., master mariner, house 68 School 
Nash Henry S. Rev., in charge of Ascension church, bds. 

E. Warden's, Moody, corner High 
Nason Joseph, laborer, house Main, near Weston 
Nason Sarah S. Miss, house Weston, near South 
Nauss Calvin S., at Am. Watch Co., boards 42 Crescent 
Nauss John A., at chalk factory, rooms 109 Moody 
Navin Michael, laborer, house off Willow, n. Foundry av. 
Neal Elmer E., machinist, bds. O. L. Neal's, East Brown 
Neal George, at American Watch Co., boards Mrs. J. S. 

Whitney's, Crescent 
Neal Herbert E., machinist American Watch Tool Co., 

house Pine, corner Gardner 
Neal John H., at Am. Watch Co., h. South, near Charles 
Neal Lewis F., boards Mrs. H. B. Milliard's, Floyd 
Neal Oliver L., at American Watch Co., h. East Brown, 

near Moody 



WALTHAM [N] DIRECTORY. 109 

Neal William, clerk J. Glidden & Son, Moody, house 

Moody, near Spruce 
Neilson Caroline, wid. of Karl, boarding-house, 53 Adams 
Nelson Flora E. Miss, teacher South grammar school, 

boards 17 Spruce 
Nelson Horatio G., drugs and paints (148 Commercial, 

Boston), house 17 Spruce, near Moody 
Nelson Mary Miss, house 15 Chestnut 
Nelson Samuel, mason, house 15 Chestnut 
Nethercott Michael, at gas works, h. Willow, n. River 
Newburt Albert N., driver Weeks & Co., h. 16 Cushing 
Newell Martin, laborer, house Plympton, near Bacon 
Newell Michael, laborer, house Charles, near Water 
Newell Patrick, laborer, house 122 School 
Newell Sisaly Mrs., house Charles, opposite Harvard 
Newhall Charlotte, widow of Chauncy, house 1 Central 
Newhall Mary T., widow of Isaac, house 18 Newton 
Newland William D., Am. Watch Co., house 5 Union 
Newman Lewis, at American Watch Co., bds. 11 Adams 
Newton Charlotte A., widow of John A., house Vernon, 

near Prospect 
Newton Geo. E., at Am. Watch Co., h. Cherry, n. Moody 
Newton Mary A. Miss, telegraph operator W.U Tel. Co. 
Newton Thomas, laborer, boards 39 River 
Nichols Charles E., works American Watch Co., house 

Moody, corner East Brown 
Nichols Henry F., boards Alder, corner Beech 
Nichols Noah B., mason, house East Ash 
Nilen Peter, engineer, house Charles, near Water 
Niles Arthur, at Am. Watch Co., b. J. C. Garfield's, Hall 
Niles James E., at B. Mnfg. Co., h. Taylor, cor. Gavdner 

NOBLE JOHN P., watchmaker and optician, 1 
Eagle block, house East Ash (see page 300) 
Noble Lorenzo, works Am. Watch Co., h. 99 Crescent 
Nofton Thomas, laborer, boards P. Connelly's, Felton 
Nolan Martin, laborer, b. Martin Eagle's, Foundry av. 
Noonan Daniel, laborer, house Brown's lane, n. Charles 
Noonan Edward, paper-maker, h. Charles, near Williams 
Noonan Hannah, widow of Edward, house Charles, oppo- 
site Harvard 
Noonan Martin, laborer, house rear Spring, near Middle 
Noonan Patrick, laborer, house 88 Charles 
Noonan Patrick, moulder, b. Hannah Noonan's, Charles 
Noonan Patrick jr., laborer, house 88 Charles 
Noonan Patrick N., stone-mason, h. Charles, opp. Williams 
Norris John Elbert, milkman, Bacon, corner Dale, h. do. 
Norris John W., carpenter, house Bacon, corner Dale 

NORTH FREDERIC E., photographer, Whit- 
ford block, Main, h. Grant, n. School (see page 300) 



11 WALTHAM [0] DIRECTORY. 

North np William A. (Northup & Warden), grocer, 72 
Moody, house 94 do. 

NORTHUP & "WARDEN (William A. Northup 
and Erskine Warden), grocers, 72 Moody 
Norton Michael, carpenter, house Pine, corner Gardner 
Norton Patrick, laborer, boards Spring 
Norton William F., laborer, house 34 Spring 
Nugent John A., carriagesraith, boards 7 River 
Nugent Patrick, spinner B. Mnfg. Co., boards 7 River 
Nugent Sarah, widow of Andrew, house 7 River 
Nurney Mary, widow of Thomas, h. Charles, cor. Grant 
Nurney Thomas, at Am. Watch Co., boards Mrs. Mary 

Nurney's, Charles 
Nute Frank L., coachman James FI. Ellison, Pleasant 
Nutter Anna Mrs., house Moore, corner John 
Nutter Thomas, painter, boards John C. Fisher's, Charles 
Nutting Chas., at Am. Watch Co., b. S. M. Jenks', Moody 
Nutting Geo. E., house Bacon, near Pond 
Nutting Geo. W., at Am. Watch Co., h. Ash, n. Crescent 
Nutting Granville, Waltharn Watch Tool Co,, house 

Spruce, near Crescent 

OAKES ANN, widow of Frederick G., house Charles, 

corner Prospect 
Oakes John F., at Am. Watch Co., b. Charles, c. Prospect 
O'Brien Bridget Miss, house Oak, near Acorn 
O'Brien Catherine, widow of Patrick, house Calvary, 

opposite Friend 
O'Brien James (O'Brien & Halloran), Cedar, corner 

Oak. house Newton, opposite Pine 
O'Brien James, laborer, b. Catherine O'Brien's, Calvary 
O'Brien James C, carpenter, house Lowell street place 
O'Brien James P., mason, East Ash, house do. 
O'Brien John, farmhand Sam'l Stewart, off Winter, b. do. 
O'Brien John, machinist, house Felton, n. Mechanic 
O'Brien John G., mason, b. J. P. O'Brien's, East Ash 
O'Brien Mary Jane Mrs., house Charles, opp. Fountain 
O'Brien Michael, laborer, house Willow, corner Grove 
O'Brien Michael, laborer S. D. Warren, off Beaver, near 

Linden, boards do. 
O'Brien Pierce, laborer, house Fountain, near Charles 
O'Brien Pierce jr., junk dealer, Fountain, near Charles, 

house do. 
O'Brien Roderick, laborer, house Oak, near Newton 
O'Brien & Halloran (James O'Brien and Martin L. Hallo- 
ran), groceries and liquors, Cedar, corner Oak 
O'Connell Edward, peddler, house 24 Spring 
O'Connell George, laborer, boards 24 Spring 
O'Connell John, plumber, boards 24 Spring 



WALTHAM [0] DIRECTORY. Ill 

O'Connell John, stone-mason, house Charles, n. South 
O'Cormell John R., station agent F. R. R., b. 82 School 
O'Connell Patrick, laborer, house Beaver, near Quince 
O'Connell Timothy, laborer, house 24 Spring 
O'Connell Timothy jr., boards 24 Spring 
O'Connor Abby, widow of Thomas, h. 112 School 
O'Connor John, gardener, b. John O'Connell's, Charles 
O'Connor Joseph, laborer, house Pine, near Newton 
O'Connor Joseph jr., musician, b. Jos. O'Connor's, Pine 
O'Connor Thomas, laborer, house Moore, opp. Oak 
Odell Francis, boards Adams, near Chestnut 
Odell John E., works Am. Watch Co., house Adams, 

near Chestnut 
Odion Sarah J., widow of Leonard H., boarding-house, 

30 Taylor, near Hall 
O'Donnell Frank Jos., b. Margaret O'Donnell's, Willow 
O'Donnell Margaret, widow of Michael, house Willow, 

near Grove 
O'Dwyer Patrick F., carpenter, house Cedar, near Oak 
O'Gilvie Allen, hostler L. J. Kendall, 15 Crescent, b. do. 
O'Grady James, laborer, house rear 109 Moody 
O'Hair Patrick, laborer, house 19 Middle 
O'Hara Daniel, foreman case department American 

Watch Co., boards Adams House, Adams 
O'Hearn Joseph, at American Watch Co,, bds. Matthew 

O'Hearn's, rear Beaver Brook station 
O'Hearn Matthew, laborer, h. rear Beaver Brook station 
Ohnemus Andrew, wheelwright, Spring, hear Main, house 

off Bacon, near Dale 
O'Laughlin Bridget, widow of Patrick, house Middle, 

near Spring 
O'Laughlin John, blacksmith, boards Mrs. P. O'Laughlin's, 

Middle, near Spring 
Olcott John E., mason, house 20 Cross 
Olcott John H., mason, house 20 Cross 
Oliver Joseph, machinist Am. Watch Co., rms. 3 Adams 
Olney Charles J., machinist Am. Watch Co.,h. 21 Crescent 
Olney Geo. L., at Am. Watch Co., boards Chas. J. 01- 

ney's, 21 Crescent 
Olney Henry J., house Maple, near Moody 
Olney William, at Am. Watch Co., rooms J. C. Garfield's, 

Hall 
Olsen Nelson, at B. Mnfg. Co., h. River, near F. R. R. 
Olson Ole, at Am. Watch Co., boards 53 Adams 
O'Neal Geo. P., plumber, b. Michael O'Neal's, Charles 
O'Neal John, laborer, house Cedar, near Oak 
O'Neal John, plumber, boards Michael O'Neal's, Charles 
O'Neal Michael, moulder, house Charles, near Harvard 
O'Neil John, house Fountain, near Charles 



112 WALTHAM [P] DIRECTOKY. 

O'Neil John, laborer, house off Main, near Weston 
O'Neil Thomas, laborer, house Ferren, near Felton 
Orcutt Frank J., clerk B. Mnfg. Co., boards 11 Pine 
Onnsby William D., machinist, h. 25 Gordon, near Hall 
One Sarah L., widow of Wm. G., h. Floyd, near Charles 
Osborn Daniel F., lather, house Charles, near Prospect 
Osborn Elizabeth, wid. of Daniel, h. Mechanic, n. Water 
Osborn Geo. W., clerk, ^84 Main, h. Charles, n. Prospect 
Osborn Hiram, carpenter, house Main, near Prospect 
Osgood Edward C., machinist American Watch Tool 

Co., h. Smith's block, Moody 
Osgood Frank O., student, boards 10 Prospect 
Osgood Henry T., house Gordon, near Hall 
Osgood Moses E., wholesale hats, caps and furs (240 Dev- 
onshire, Winthrop sq., B.), house 10 Prospect 
Osgood Richard, foreman box factory, h. River,n. Willow 
Osgood Sarah A. Miss, house 10 Prospect 
Otis James T., dialmaker Am. Watch Co., boards 13 

Harvard avenue 
Otis Mary L., wid. of Thomas, h. 13 Harvard av., n. Grant 
O'Toole James, florist, Prospect, near Charles, house 

Charles, near Floyd 
O'Toole John, works at the bleachery, boards Mary R. 
Kinneen's, New Grove [New Grove 

O'Toole Patrick, at B. Mnfg. Co., b. Mary R. Kinneen's, 
Otte George T., carpenter, house 15 Prospect 
Otte Thomas G., carpenter, h. Harvard av., n. Harvard 
Owen Amelia L. Miss, teacher private school, boards H. 
A. Wood's, Mt. Pleasant court , [Adams 

Owen Easton, works Am. Watch Co., h. Robbins, near 
Owen Edward H, house 56 Crescent, corner Maple 
Owen Sheldon, watchmaker Am. Watch Co., house Cher- 
ry, near Adams 
Owens William, baker Dill Bros., h. Moody, near Pine 

PACKARD CALEB S., building mover and ice 
dealer, 344 Main, telephone at the house, 344 Main 

(see page 308) [274 Main 

Packard Isaac H., pastor Moody street M. E. church, h. 
Padelford Elliot S., jeweler at Am. Watch Co., boards 26 

Walnut 
Padelford Jas. F., at Am. Watch Co., house 115 Moody 
Page Charles F., apothecary, Moody, cor. Spruce, h. do. 
Page Elmer E., machinist Am. Watch Co. 
Page George H., loom repairer B. Mnfg. Co., boards Wm. 

Page's, Charles 
Page Harriet M., widow of Ezekiel W., house 195 Main 
Page Owen, at Hopkins Watch Tool Co. 
Page Thomas, carpenter, boards Bridget Page's, Charles 



WALTHAM [P] DIRECTORY. 113 

Paige Bridget, widow of William, h. Charles, opp. Grant 

Paine Mary B. Mrs., house Pine, corner Hall 

Paine Robert Treat jr., lawyer (16 Pemberton sq., B.), 

house (6 Mt. Vernon place, B.), summer residence, 

Beaver 
Palmer Charles E.,at Am. Watch Co., h. Weston,n. South 
Palmer Daniel, laborer, boards 565 Main [house do. 

Palmer Dolphus D., watch mnfr., Spruce, cor. Crescent, 
Palmer Robert, at bleachery, bds. Ann Mitchell's, River 
Papineau Augustus, dentist, Central block, Main, house 

Pond, near Lexington 
Parker Abbie, widow of Chas. T., h. Cherry, n. Adams 
Parker Abbie F., widow of Wm. C, boards Leonard 

Greene's, Crescent 
Parker Charles, at Am. Watch Co., b. Shawmut House 
Parker Charles H., at Am. Watch Co.,h. Cherry, n. Adams 
Parker Edward L., hairdresser, 373 Main, cor. Common, 

house Felton, near Williams 
Parker Geo. A., house Central, corner Jackson 
Parker Geo. E., boxmaker, h. Parker's lane, near Willow 
Parker Joseph B., carpenter Am. Watch Co., boards D. 

H. Hicks', Robbins 
Parker Lucy, widow of Isaac, h. Willow, c. Parker's lane 
Parker Milan A., finisher in bleachery, h. Taylor,c. Lowell 
Parker Victor L., second hand B. Mnfg. Co., house Tay- 
lor, near Gardner 
Parkhurst Hannah M., teacher Pond End school, boards 

E. B. Armstrong's, Lexington 
Parkinson James, engineer, house Main, above Weston 

PARKS CHARLES F., civil engineer, Whitford's 
bldg., 361 Main, h. Adams, n. Chestnut (see p. 299) 

Parks Charles H., works American Watch Co., house 
Chestnut, near Moody 

Parks Jonas, station agent B. & M. R. R. (Prison Point, 
Charlestown), house 4 Gordon 

Parks Marshall, carpenter, rear Felton, near Mechanic, 
h. Adams, c. Chestnut [street av. 

Parmenter Chas. W., principal High school, h. Summer 

Parmenter Crayon Co., H. L. Hovey, pres., Zenas Par- 
menter manager, crayon mnfrs. and box makers, Pine, 
near Chemistry station 

Parmenter Geo. E., clerk Parmenter & Walker, boards 
A. W. Sherman's, Main [Liberty 

Parmenter Harriet K., widow of Jonas W., h. Main, opp. 

Parmenter M. Elizabeth, widow of Wm. B., house Main, 
corner Willow [30 Adams 

Parmenter Samuel W., works American Watch Co., h. 

Parmenter Sarah F., widow of Chas. M., house 13 Wal- 
nut, near Moody 



114 WALTHAM [P] DIRECTORY. 

Parmenter Zenas, manager Parm enter Crayon Co., house 

Main, corner Bacon 
Parsons Wm. H. Mrs., house 69 Moody [b. do. 

Partello Fanny Miss, asst. teacher New Church school, 
Partington William, laborer, boards 1 River 
Patch Frank W., at Am. Watch Co., bds. 55 Lexington 
Patch Samuel, at chalk factory, house 55 Lexington 
Patrick Dexter B., carpenter, East Ash, house do. 
Patrick Dexter B. jr., at Am. Watch Co., h. East Ash 
Patridge Udolpho E., watchmaker American Watch Co., 

house Cherry, near Adams 
Patten Benj. F., at Am. Watch Co., h. Ash, near Adams 
Patterson Agnes E. Mrs., at American Watch Tool Co., 

boards George W. Ryan's, Ash 
Patterson Elbridge J., at B. Mnfg. Co., house 7 Spruce 
Patterson Emmet J., machinist American Watch Co., 

boards George W. Ryan's, Ash 
Paul John T., carpenter, house Charles, cor. Williams 
Paul Wiliiam B., machinist American Watch Tool Co., 

house Maple, near Adams 
Payne Peter, laborer, house Bolton, near Newton 
Peabody Edward T., milkman, house Pond, between Lex- 
ington and Exchange 
Peabody Henry W., milkman, h. Lexington, near School 
Peabody John, mason, house 74 Lexington 
Peabody Roswell L., at Am. Watch Co., b. 100 Crescent 
Peabody Susie C. Miss, teacher Prospect lower primary 

school, boards 74 Lexington 
Pearson Eunice Miss, house 48 Central 
Pearson Susan Miss, house 48 Central [Lowell 

Pease Francis M., overseer B. Mnfg. Co., h. 42 Pine, opp. 
Peck Charles, hats, caps and furs, Central block, Main, 

house Lexington, near Summer 
Peck John M., house Summer, near Lexington 
Peck William, at American Watch Co., rooms John M. 

Moore's, Moody 
Peirce Elisha N., farmer, house Quince, near North 
Peirce Maynard F., at Am. Watch Co., house 25 Maple 
Peirce M. F. Mrs., music teacher, house 25 Maple 
Peirce William J., wood engraver (4 Alden, B.), house 

Main, near Linden 
Pendexter George H., baggage express, order box post- 
office, and depot, house 40 School 
Penell Charles, blacksmith, house Pond, near Exchange 
Penn George, at bleach ery, house Willow, near Grove 
Penniman Alanson P., house School, near Liberty 
Peridier Alcide, at American Watch Co., house 27 Brown 
Perkins Frank J., manager Boston Branch Grocery Store, 
Prospect block, Main, house at Maiden 



WALTHAM [P] DIRECTORY. 115 



Perkins Sewall F., machinist, house 23 Gordon, n. Hall 
Perley James H., carpenter, house 22 Walnut, n. Adams 
Perry Alexander, farmer, house Bacon, near Dale 
Perry Harry L., clerk Rumford Market, rooms 276 Main 
Perry John, machinist B. Mnfg* Co., h. School, opp. Grant 
Peters Frank, at chalk factory, house Bolton, corner Day 
Petersen Swen M. E., machinist, h. School, near Grant 
Peterson Gustave, at B. Mnfg. Co., boards Alfred J. 

Cran's, River 
Peterson John, baker J. & A. Munster, h. Main, n. Linden 
Peterson Joseph, house off Felton, near F. R. R. 
Peterson Karl, at American Watch Co., house 53 Adams 
Peterson Wm. E., ice dealer, bds. off Felton, n. F. R. R. 
Pettengill Calvin P., at American Watch Co., house High, 

near Lowell [High, n. Lowell 

Pettengill Elizabeth, widow of Byron G., dressmaker, h. 
Petts Asa, house 25 Charles [Spruce, n. Moody 

Phelps Jane Miss, teacher South grammar school, boards 
Phelps Joseph (Hadley & Phelps), fish dealer, 18 Moody, 

house Spruce, near Moody 
Phillips Addison H., baggage master F. R. R., b. 62 River 
Phinney Alfred, printer Free Press office, boards George 

Phinney's, Bacon 
"3HINNEY GEORGE, "Waltham Free Press," 

rear 238 Main, house Bacon, corner Dale 
'3HEVNEY NATHANIEL G., publisher Free 

Press, rear 238 Main, boards 91 Bacon (see p. 295) 
Pickering E. J. Mrs., boards J. E. Norris', Bacon 
Pickering William, carpenter, h. rear Main, Beaver Brook 
Pierce Andrew J., photographer, 65 Moody, house do. 
Pierce Asa T., farmer, house Beaver, opposite Linden 
Pierce H. B. R. Mrs., bouse River, corner Farwell 
Pike James R., machinist F. R. R. (repair shop, Charles- 
town), house Walnut, near Moody 
Pilger Mary Mrs., house 27 Hammond 
Pillsbury Alfred, at American Watch Co., boards F. A. 

Thompson's, Alder 
Pillsbury Nancy W. Mrs., nurse, b. Mrs. Gilford's, Robbins 
Pinkham Lizzie Miss, house Maple, near Moody 
Piper Lewis L., at American Watch Tool Co., bds. Mrs. 

Derbyshire's, Pine 
Piper Mary A. Miss, boarding-house, 242 Main 
Plairs Charles, at Am. Watch Co., bds. Shawmut House 
Platts Edwin A., clerk Boston Branch Grocery, house 

Russell, corner Floyd 
Platts Harriet, widow of Addison, house 32 Adams 
Platts Henry E., at American Watch Co., boards Edwin 

A. Piatt's, Floyd 
Platts Lucy Mrs., dressmaker, house Floyd, cor. Russell 



116 WALTHAM [P] DIRECTORY. 

Plummer John, at American Watch Co., b. 100 Crescent 
Pollard Benjamin, at B. Mnfg. Co., boards Joseph Pol- 
lard's, Water 
Pollard John, laborer, boards J. Pollard's, Water 
Pollard Joseph, laborer, house Water, corner Charles 
Pollard Simon, painter, boards J. Pollard's, Water 
Polsey Rebecca, widow of John, house 41 Central 
Pond Geo. H., at Am. Watch Co., h. Robbins, n. Adams 
Poole Benjamin B., salesman Exchange market, Main, 

boards Central House [n. Church 

Poole Charles A. (Lane & Poole), r. 12 Elm, h. Summer, 
Poor A. L., at Am. Watch Co., bds. Crescent, c. Walnut 
Pope Albert T., clerk D. E. Pope & Son, house Main, 

opposite Cross 
Pope Daniel E. (Daniel E. Pope & Son), grocer, 311 

Main, house 58 Church 
Pope Daniel E. & Son (Daniel E. and George B. Pope), 

grocers, 311 Main 
Pope George B. (Daniel E. Pope & Son), 311 Main, h. 

rear Summer street avenue 
Pope Warren L., machinist Am. Watch Co., h. 49 Central 
Pope & Viles (George B. Pope and James Viles), flour 

and grain, 238 Main, near Elm 
Porter Asa, carpenter, rooms R. S. Christie's, Moody 
Porter Frank K., clerk at Boston Mnfg. Co., boards Mrs. 

Churchill's, Common 
Porter Harriet W., wid. of John M., h. Common, n. Middle 
Porter Omer P., physician, office River, near Willow, 

house at Newtonville 
Potter Charles F., house Ash, near Adams 
Potter Frank M., machinist, boards 9 Pine 
Potter Georgia M., widow of James W., boards 9 Pine 
Potter James M., machinist, boards 3 Pine 
Powers Amos H., blacksmith, h. r. Main, Beaver brook 
Powers Michael, weaver B. Mnfg. Co., house 36 River 
Powers Thomas, engineer, house Ferren, near P. R. R. 
Pownall Jeremiah B., at Am. Watch Co., h. 42 Crescent 
Pownall John T., at Am. Watch Co., h. Walnut, n. Moody 
Pratt Charles E., engraver American Watch Co., house 

Prospect place 
Pratt Clarence S., iron worker, h. Gushing, corner Hall 
Pratt Edward G. (at gas works, Providence), b. 9 Russell 
Pratt Edwin B., farmer, house Winter, above West 
Pratt Francis P., house 3 Pine, corner Moody 
Pratt George E., driver Weeks & Co., house 57 Central 
Pratt Harry E., clerk, 76 Moody, rooms Pine, n. Gardner 
Pratt Roxana, widow of Samuel, house 17 Prospect 
Pratt Samuel T., porter (261 Purchase, B.), b. 37 Crescent 
Pratt William A. 1st, melter (Watertown), b. 9 Russell 



WALTHAM [Q-B] DIRECTORY. 117 

Pratt William A., carpenter and builder, Main, near 

Weston, house do. 
Prentiss Lydia Miss, house 46 Central 
Prentiss Sarah Miss, house 46 Central 
Priest Jonas H., house 22 Prospect 

PRIEST HERMAN E. f grocer, crockery and 
glass ware, 353 Main, h. 20 Prospect (see page 296) 
Prince John T., supt. of schools, b. Dr. J. W. Willis', Main 
Procter Fanny Mrs., house Crescent, corner Chestnut 
Proctor Alfred D., machinist R. G. Brown & Co., house 

29 Charles 
Proctor Thomas F., dial painter American Watch Co., 

rooms Lexington, corner Summer 
Prospect Club, 240 Main 

PROSPECT HOUSE, W. J. Richardson, prop., 
Main, opposite Prospect (see page 298) 
Prouty Chas. EL, brakeman F.R.R., b. G. R. Grant's, Cherry 
Pulsifer John, carpenter, rms. Osgood Weymouth's, Taylor 
Punchard J. W., machinist American Watch Tool Co. 
Purchase Alfred, at Am. Watch Co., rooms 15 Cushing 
Pyne Charles M., carpenter, house Water, near Felton 

QUALTERS MARGARET, widow of Thomas, house 

Felton, near Williams 
Qualters Martin, laborer, house rear Beaver Brook station 
Quakers Thomas, laborer, house Grove, near Willow 
Qualters William, laborer, house 103 School 
Quigg Charles, milk driver, boards 46 Exchange 
Quigg Patrick, milkman, house 46 Exchange 
Quigley John, house River, near Willow [Lexington 

Quimby George E., clerk Clark, Maynard & Co., bds. 28 
Quinlisk Michael, laborer, h. Calvary, n. the cemetery 
Quinn Edward, carpenter, house South, near Vernon 
Quinn Edward N., student, boards 48 Church 
Quinn Hugh, carpenter Geo. D. Taylor, house 22 Cross 
Quinn John, lather, boards Alfred Bond's, Felton 
Quinn Kate, widow of John, house 48 Church 
Quinn Mary, widow of John, h. Charles, opp. Fountain 
Quinn Morris, laborer, house rear Beaver Brook station 
Quinn Patrick, laborer, b. H. J. McBride's, New Grove 
Quinn Thomas A., teamster, boards 48 Church 
Quinn Timothy, laborer, house Spring, near School 
Quirk Patrick, milkman, b. Miss Ryan's, River, n. Willow 

RAFFERTY ELLEN", widow, h. Exchange, n. School 
Rafferty Thomas, carriage maker (Auburn dale), house 

Exchange, near School 
Ramsey James E., engraver, boards 15 Cross 
Ramsey William, laborer, house 15 Cross 



118 WALTHAM [R] DIRECTORY. 

Ramsey William G., at Am. Watch Co., bds. 15 Cross 
Rand Albert H., at Am. Watch Co., bds. Moody, c. Ash 
Rand George, at American Watch Co., b. Moody, c. Ash 

RAND GEORGE F. (Rand & Dutch), provisions, 
house Gushing, near Moody 
RAND & DUTCH (George F. Rand and Francis 
M. Dutch), Rumford market, Lexington, near Main 
(see page 299) 
Randall David, broker and commission merchant (29 In- 
dia, Boston), house Summer, cor. Church 
Randall Joseph, works American Watch Co., house 54 
Brown, near Adams [Smith's, Moody 

Randall Joseph jr., at American Watch Co., rooms M. D. 
Randall Lizzie E., teacher South grammar school, boards 

13 Pine 
Randall Reuben P., carpenter, house 7 East Ash 
Randall Walter, at American Watch Co., b. 54 Brown 
Raney Patrick, laborer F. R. R., house rear Charles, opp. 
Harvard [Raney's, Charles 

Raney Patrick jr., at American Watch Co., bds. Patrick 
Rankin Edward E., house Dale, near Bacon 
Rankins Perry, grocer, Lexington, near Main, house Main, 
near Liberty [Prospect 

Ranney Ores N., photographer W. A. Webster, rms. 17 
Raynor Alfred A., works B. Mnfg. Co., h. John, n. Flood 
Reade P. Mrs., house School, nearly opposite Spring 
Reagan Patrick, laborer, house rear Willow, near River 
Reed Albert C, student, boards 36 Adams 
Reed Benjamin F., paver (6 Sears building, 199 Wash- 
ington, Boston), house Moody, cor. Crescent 
Reed Charles A., carpenter, house Floyd, near Charles 
Reed Charles H., bookkeeper E. M. Richardson, boards 

Floyd, near Charles 
Reed Clarence E., music teacher, boards 36 Adams 
Reed George B., laborer, house rear 277 Main 
Reed George F. (Eaton & Reed), lawyer, 361 Main, bds. 

B. F. Reed's, Moody 

Reed Minnie F. Mrs., dressmaker, 355 Main, house do. 
Reed Rebecca, widow of Andrew G., house 36 Adams 
Reynolds George, weaver, boards 1 River 
Reynolds Samuel H., at American Watch Co., boards H. 

C. Stowell's, Robbins 

Rhan Thomas, supt. W. & N. H. R., house Hammond 
Rhodes James, grocer, Felton, opposite Fountain, h. do. 
Rhodes Thomas B., moulder, b. James Rhodes', Felton 
Rhodes Wm. II., carriage smith, b. Jas. Rhodes', Felton 
"DICE CALVIN, provisions, 1 Lexington, house 21 
it Hammond (see page 306) 
Rice Daniel W., hostler L. J. Kendall, 15 Crescent, b. do. 



WALTHAM [R] DIEECTORY. 119 

Rice Mary A., widow of Samuel H., h. Cherry, n. Adams 
Rice Oliver R., works Am. Watch Co., h. Prospect* place 
Rice Oscar, house Floyd, near Charles 
Rice Samuel, at Am. Watch Co., h. Adams, cor. Brown 
Rice Stephen R., hostler L. J. Kendall, 15 Crescent, b. do. 
Rice Willard EL, blacksmith American Watch Co., house 

rear 14 Spruce, near Adams 
Rich Harriet Miss, house 70 School 
Rich Priscilla Miss, house 70 School 
Richards Charles E., machinist American Watch Co., h. 

Cherry, near Adams 
Richards Herbert, fireman F. R. R., bds. r. 13 Central 
Richards Mrs., house rear 13 Central 
Richardson Albert E., at Am. Watch Co., bds. 38 Brown 
Richardson Boardman, carpenter, house off Charles, near 

Prospect [h. 38 Brown 

Richardson Charles E., machinist American Watch Co., 
Richardson Clarence L., at Am. Watch Co., h. 38 Brown 
Richardson Edward M., hardware, Goodnow's block, h. 

Floyd, near Charles 
Richardson Henry, Waltham Emery Wheel Co., house 

Taylor, near Lowell 
Richardson Henry K., at American Watch Co., boards 

Boardman Richardson's, off Charles 
Richardson Henry O., clerk G. H. Whitford, b. 60 Central 
Richardson J.Davis, at American Watch Co., rms. Robert 

B. Dunning's, Chestnut 
Richardson Merrick L., at Am. Watch Co., h. 235 Main 
Richardson Oris J. Mrs., house 60 Central 
Richardson Waldo, clerk T. D. Stratton, Whitford's blk. 

Maiu, boards do., Main 
Richardson Walter, at Am. Watch Co., rooms 10 Adams 

RICHARDSON WARREN J., prop. Prospect 
House, Main, opp. Prospect (see page 298) 
Ricker Fred., moulder, b. Francis A. Thompson's, Alder 
Ricketson Giles S., at American VVatch Co., h. 57 Ash 
Ridstrum Ermen, machinist, bds. C. F. Chase's, Taylor 
Riley Charles, machinist, B. Mnfg. Co., house rear Beaver 

Brook station 
Riley John P., milk driver, bds. Thomas Riley's, Felton 
Riley Lawrence (Lawrence Riley & Co.), dry goods, 265 

Main, house Grant, corner Harvard avenue 
Riley Lawrence & Co. (Lawrence Riley), dry goods and 

ladies' furnishings, 265 Main 
Riley Patrick, laborer, house Friend, near John 
Riley Patrick, house rear Bacon, opposite Pond 
Riley Thomas, blacksmith's helper American Watch Co., 

house Felton, corner Williams 
Riley Thomas, laborer, house 21 River 



120 WALTHAM [R] DIRECTORY. 

Riley Thomas, laborer Reuben Wyman, Winter, bds. do. 

Riley William, carpenter, boards 40 River 

Ring Chas. A., at Am. Watch Co., b. Moody, cor. Brown 

RING CHARLES W., harnessmaker, 303 Main, 
boards Central House (see back cover) 
Ring Hannah M., widow of Elbridge G., h. 37 Crescent 
Ring H. Louise Miss, dressmaker, 37 Crescent, house do. 
Ring Sarah E., widow of Charles, h. Moody, c. Brown 
Ripley Augustine, at American Watch Co., house 63 Ash 
Ripley Fred P., at American Watch Co., house 20 Maple 
Risdon Frank A., machinist, rooms Henry C. Duncan's, 

Adams [Adams - 

Risdon Sidney A., machinist, rooms Henry C. Duncan's, 
Rivard Albert, at American Watch Co., rooms Mrs. H. B. 

Locke's, Moody, corner Brown 
Roach Daniel, laborer, house Willow, corner Grove 
Roach Nicholas, laborer, h. Brown's lane, near Charles 
Robbins Asa F., at American Watch Co., house Prospect 

place, near Charles 
Robbins Frank N., house 7 Maple 
Robbins H. Estella, clerk, 105 Moody, boards 7 Maple 
Robbins John A., tin peddler, house River, near Willow 
Robbins Royal E., treas. and supt. Am. Watch Co., Cres- 
cent (office 403 Washington, B.), house at Boston 
Robbins Sabra N., widow of William, boarding-house, 

Adams, corner Maple 
Robbins Walter G., at American Watch Co., bds. Adams 

House, Adams [lor, n. Hall 

Roberts Frank P., at American Watch Co., h. 33 Tay- 
Roberts John Mrs., house South, near Roberts crossing 
Roberts John & Son, paper mnfr., South, near Roberts 

crossing (office, 91 Federal, Boston) 
Roberts Paper Mill, South, near Roberts crossing 
Roberts William, papermaker. South, h. South, n. R. R. 
Robinson Fannie M. Miss,, clerk, Moody, corner Spruce, 

boards Lowell, near Pine 
Robinson James F. (Beatty & Robinson), furniture 

dealer, Prospect block, Main, house 6 Newton 
Robinson Joseph W., house 12 Crescent 
Rock Wm. H., at Am. Watch Co., b. J. C.Gates', Moody 
Roddick Thomas, oil can mnfr., Benefit, house 73 Moody 
Rodell Mrs., house North, corner Quince 
Roesger Meinhard, dial painter American Watch Co., h. 

Hammond 
Rogers Amos L., at Am. Watch Co., h. Pine, c. Newton 
Rogers Andrew, moulder, b. Peter Rogers', So. Harvard 
Rogers Andrew J., expressman, h. 11 Spruce, n. Moody 
Rogers Ann, widow of James, boards Oak, near Acorn 
Rogers Charles A., boards Mrs. Ellen M. Rogers', Oak 



WALTHAM [R] DIRECTORY. 121 

Rogers Charles E. W., clerk (P. O., Boston), rooms Mrs. 

Lucy K. Foster's, Maple [c. Gordon 

Rogers Charles W., foreman Am. Watch Co., h. Moody, 
Rogers Edward, laborer, house Heard, near Central 
Rogers Elizabeth F. Miss, house 18 River 
Rogers Fred O., at Am. Watch Co., h. Pine, n. Newton 
Rogers Fred W., house Charles, near Prospect 
Rogers F. W. Mrs., dressmaker, Charles, near Prospect 
Rogers George H., house Main, corner Grant 
Rogers George W., driver Delano & Co. Express, house 

rear Newton, opposite Pine 
Rogers James, at hosiery mill, boards Oak, near Acorn 
Rogers John M., boards Mrs. Mary A. Rogers', Oak 
Rogers Mary A., widow of John, house Oak, cor. Acorn 
Rogers Patrick E., teamster, house Felton, near Williams 
Rogers Peter, laborer, house South Harvard, n. F. R. R. 
Rogers Thomas, house Oak, near Cedar 
Rogers William, gardener Augustus Flagg, Forest, house 

Forest, near North 
Rogers William, laborer, house 94 School 
Rogers William F., at American Watch Co., boards Geo. 

A. Davis', Alder 
Rogers Wm. N. (Thorp & Rogers), Waltham Steam 

Laundry, house Lowell, corner Dana 
Rollings Artemas, carpenter, house Oak, opp. Acorn 
Rollins Mary E., widow of David, boards Thomas G. 

Harvey's, Prospect 
Rollins Thos. G., at Am. Watch Co., house 11 Adams 
Rone Thomas, laborer, house Charles, opposite Grant 
Ronlo Louis, at American Watch Co., boards Mrs. M. C. 

Campbell's, Robbins 
Rooney Charles, laborer, house Spring, opposite Middle 
Rooney John H., clerk J. E. Burke & Co., house Charles, 

opposite Water [boards 30 Bacon 

Rooney John F. (Murphy & Rooney), clothing, 381 Main, 
Rooney Mary, widow of Thomas, h. Spring, near School 
Rooney Michael, laborer, house 30 Bacon 
Rooney Patrick, laborer, house Pond, near Lexington 
Rooney Patrick, laborer, house 101 School 
Rooney Sarah, widow of Martin, house rear School, 

nearly opposite Spring 
Rooney Timothy, at bleachery, house John, near Moore 
Rooney William, at American Watch Co,, boards Mary 

Rooney's, Spring [Rooney's, Pond 

Rooney Wm. F., sexton St. Mary's church, boards P. 
Rooney Wm. J. (Rooney & Lanagau), boots and shoes, 

Donahoe block, Main, bds. Michael Rooney's, Bacon 
Rooney & Lanagan (Wm. J. Rooney and Patrick Lana- 

gan), boots and shoes, Donahoe block, Main 



122 WALTHAM [R] DIRECTORY. 

Rosatto Joseph, fruit dealer, Main, corner Elm, house 

285 Main 
Rose Abraham, coachman F. W. Goodnow, Main 
Rose Eleazer, boarding-house, High, opposite Lowell 
Rose Henry, dial-painter, boards Wm. Owens', Moody 
Rose Norman J., carpenter, house 6 Bacon 
Ross Charles R., clerk Caswell Bros., boards 14 Cross 
Ross E. Mrs., milliner, 289 Main, house rear 228 Main 
Ross Richard, at B. Mnfg. Co., house 11 River 
Roughsedge Henry, file-cutter, rear 275 Main, house do. 
Roughsedge Wm., at American Watch Co., h. 15 Brown 
Roundy David, baggage-master F. R. R., b. 13 Church 
Rourk Edward, weaver, boards 14 Elm 
Rourk John, at Am. Watch Co., b. Joanna Rourk's, River 
Rourk Owen, finisher at bleachery, boards Joanna Rourk's, 

River 
Rourk Joanna, widow of Thomas, h. River, near Willow 
Rourke Bernard, laborer, house Exchange, corner Pond 
Rourk e Michael (Worcester, Mass.), h. High, near Hall 
Rouse William, laborer, house Calvary, near Friend 
Rowan Andrew, machinist, house Mt. Pleasant 
Rowan James, blacksmith, house 116 School 
Rowan James, machinist, boards M. E. Harrington's, 

Exchange 
Rowe Elbridge, at Am. Watch Co., boards H. C. Stow- 

ell's, Robbins 
Rowe George H., at American Watch Co., rooms George 

W. Brooks', Cherry 
Rowe Margaret E., wid. of Alex., h. Robbins, n. Adams 
Rowell Alexander, produce dealer, h. Vernon, n. South 
Ruch Andrew, at American Watch Co., h. 13 Brown 
Rugg Helen L., widow of Warren, h. Cherry, n. Adams 
Rugg Wm. L., at American Watch Co., bds. 16 Chestnut 
Russell Charles E., bookkeeper (7 Green, B.), house Cher- 
ry, near Crescent 
Russell Charles J-., at American Watch Co., b. 2 Adams 
Russell Mary M. Miss, boards Spruce, near Adams 
Russell S. A. Mrs., boards 2 Adams 

Rutter Abby E., widow of Josiah, h. Pond, n. Lexington 
Rutter Frank J., bookkeeper (Abattoir, Brighton), house 

Summer avenue 

RUTTER FREDERICK P., agent Wm. A. 
Hunnewell, coal, 164 Main, house Pond, n. Lexing- 
ton (see front cover) 
Rutter Nathaniel P., overseer Boston Manufacturing 

Co., boards Mrs. Abby E. Rutter's, Pond 
Rutter Wm. B., artist, boards Mrs. A. E. Rutter's, Pond 
Ryan Albert M., milkman, house Hammond, near Main 
Ryan Bridget, house River, near Willow 



"" WALTHAM [g] DIRECTORY. 123 

Ryan Charles H., hairdresser, Main, cor. Elm, h. 2 Pond 

Ryan Cornelius, laborer, house 15 Central 

Ryan Daniel R., tailor, Main, c. Lexington, h. 11 Middle 

Ryan Edward A., plumber, house 9 Middle 

Ryan George W., machinist Am. Watch Tool Co., house 

Walnut, near Moody 
Ryan Geo. W., at Am. Watch Co., h. Ash, near Moody 
Ryan Henry L., express driver, boards 11 Middle 
Ryan Hugh E., clerk Chas. Peck, b. Martin Ryan's, River 
Ryan James E., at the bleachery, h. Oak, n. Newton 
Ryan Johanna Miss, house Oak, near Newton 
Ryan John, laborer, house off Bacon, near Pond 
Ryan John, laborer, house Parker's lane, near River 
Ryan John, laborer, house Moore, opposite Oak 
Ryan John, mason, house Moore, opposite Oak 
Ryan John H., mason, house Hall, corner Taylor 
Ryan Margaret, widow of Patrick E., h. Middle, n. Spring 
Ryan Martin, salesman (8 Oliver, B.), house River, near 

the bleachery [b. do. 

Ryan Martin, laborer J. F. Baldwin, North, above Quince, 
Ryan Mary A., widow of John, house Oak, near Cedar 
Ryan Mary W., widow of Henry M., house 12 Liberty 
Ryan Michael, works Am. Watch Co., h. Oak, n. Cedar 
Ryan Patrick, blacksmith, boards 413 Main 
Ryan Patrick, laborer, house Felton, near Williams 
Ryan Patrick J., inside man G. W. Lyman, Lyman, b. do. 
Ryan Philip, stone-mason, house School, near Bacon 
Ryan Samuel L., milkman, house 46 Central 
Ryan Thornas, laborer, house Grove, near Willow 
Ryan Thomas, farmer, h. off Lincoln, near Lincoln line 
Ryan Timothy, b. Martin Ryan's, River, near Willow 
Ryan William, laborer, house Sun, near Ferren 
Ryan William, laborer, house Felton, opp. Fountain 

SALE CHARLES E., apothecary, i Eagle block, Main, 
house 13 Pine 

Salisbury James, in the bleachery, house Parker's lane 

Saltmarsh Fred. L., assistant engineer Mass. Central R. 
R., boards Moody, near Walnut 

Saltmarsh William H., overseer spinning room B. Mnfg. 
Co., house Moody, near Walnut 

Sampson Clarence, calker, h. Prospect place, n. Charles 

Sampson Joseph A., clerk W. D. McWain, house North, 
near Lexington 

Samuels Edward A., publisher (25 Congress, B.), house 
South, near Main 

Sanborn Mary L., widow of William, boards F. B. Mil- 
lard's, Floyd [son's, Charles 

Sanderson Albert, chair seater, boards Mrs. R. Sander- 
8 



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124 WALTHA.M [S] DIRECTORY. 

Sanderson Arthur, at American Watch Co., boards R. 

Sanderson's, Robbins 
Sanderson Augustus EL, carpenter, h. 58 Central, n. Elm 
Sanderson Converse F., restaurant, 67 Moody, h. 24 Taylor 
Sanderson Elisha H., clerk, 295 Main, boards A. H. San- 
derson's, Central [Bacon 
Sanderson Emery J., clerk (126 Summer, B.), h. Dale, n. 
Sanderson George H., apothecary, 295 Main, boards A. 

H. Sanderson's, Central 
Sanderson George L., painter, h. Charles, near Fountain 
Sanderson George O., manager Sanderson House, 13 and 

15 Lexington, house do. 
Sanderson Herbert F., at American Watch Co., rooms 

Mrs. A. F. Monroe's, Chestnut 
Sanderson Horace M., farmer, bds. Nathan Sanderson's, 

Lexington [15 Lexington 

Sanderson House, Geo. O. Sanderson, manager, 13 and 
Sanderson John, house Dale, near Bacon 
Sanderson John L., carpenter, house Charles, near Grant 
Sanderson Leslie, at American Watch Co., boards R. 

Sanderson's, Robbins 
Sanderson Lowell, farmer, house Lexington, near Lake 
Sanderson Nathan, farmer, house Lincoln, above Curve 
Sanderson Orilla, wid. of Charles, h. Lexington, n. Lake 
Sanderson Percie M., widow of Horace, house 15 Taylor 
Sanderson Richard, carpenter, h. Robbins, near Crescent 
Sanderson Roxanna, widow of John, h. r. Charles, n. Water 
Sanderson Samuel, at American Watch Co., boards R. 

Sanderson's, Robbins 
Sanford O. R., nurse, 27 Adams, boards do. 
Sanger Edgar, at American Watch Co., house 23 Adams 
Sanger Edgar Mrs., house 23 Adams 
Sanquist Klaus, at B. Mnfg. Co., house River, n. F. R. R. 
Sargent William D., at American Watch Co., rooms C. 

W. French's, Moody 
Saul Charles T., at American Watch Co., h. 28 Lexington 
Saul Edwin U., at Am. Watch Co., h. Charles, n. Prospect 
Saul Joseph H., boards Thomas Saul's, Hammond 
Saul Thomas, tailor (B.), house Hammond, n. Main 
Saunders John W., at Am. Watch Co., house 26 Walnut 
Savage William A., at American Watch Co., boards J. 

C. Gates', Moody [Moody 

Savory Belinda A., widow of Hiram W., h. Brown, near 
Savory David M., clerk at the bleachery, house Brown, 

near Moody 
Sawin Charles A., at American Watch Co., h. 23 Brown 
Sawin John C, carpenter American Watch Co., house 

Chestnut, near Moody 
Sawtell Lucy A. Miss, house 65 Central 



WALTHAM [g] DIRECTORY. 125 

Sawtell William R., at Am. Watch Co., boards 8 Cherry- 
Sawyer Dominick, carpenter, boards 14 Elm 
Sawyer John, laborer, house 17 River 
Saxe Jos. F., at Am. Watch Co., b. Mary Saxe's, Exchange 
Saxe Mary, widow of Barcelhis, h. Exchange, near Main 
Sayers Michael, at B. Mnfg. Co., boards 24 River 
Scamman Nicholas, at Am. Watch Co., house 33 Brown 
Scamman Samuel F., at American Watch Co., house Rob- 
bins, near Adams [Lexington 
Scamman William G., machinist B. Mnfg. Co., house 14 
Scanlon Johanna, widow of John, h. Cedar, near Calvary 
Scanlon Mary Mrs., house Heard, near Central 
Scantlebury Spurgeon C, at Am. Watch Co., rooms 40 

Crescent 
Schmidt Robert, at American Watch Co. 
Schwab Jacob, at American Watch Co., bds. 91 Crescent 
Schwartz Isador, hats, caps, and ready made clothing, 

Main, 3d door from Lexington, h. School, n. Lyman 
Scribner Henry H., postal clerk, boards 10 Chestnut 
Seabury Samuel F., wholesale grocer (58 So. Market, B.), 

house 41 Central [Pine, n. Newton 

Seale Frederick G., at American Watch Co., house rear 
Sears George W., carriage painter, boards Mrs. H. M. 

Churchill's, Common 
Sears Philip H., lawyer (13 Pemberton sq. ? B.), house (7 

Mt. Vernon place, B.), summer residence, Beaver 
Sears William, carpenter, boards 23 Spring 
Seavey J. Willis, machinist, rooms 10 Gushing 
Seeley Frank, at American Watch Co., rms. 17 Crescent 
Seery Abby P. Mrs., boards H. B. Locke's, Moody 
Segreve James, laborer, house Cedar, near Oak 
Segreve James jr., at bleachery, house Cedar, near Oak 
Segreve William H., machinist American Watch Tool 

Co., rooms A. Lewis', Lowell 
Sell Edwin A., at American Watch Co., rooms W. H. 

Dickson's, Chestnut [Bacon 

Sewall Benjamin B., clerk (456 Washington, B.), h. 7 
Sewall Charles W., clerk C. H. Jones, High, boards Mrs. 

L. B. SewalPs, Main 
Sewall Louisa B., wid. of John L., h. Main, opp. Liberty 
Shafer Frank, at American Watch Co., rooms Mrs. Lydia 

Bacon's, Moody 
Shakspeare Wm., engraver American Watch Co., house 

High, corner Newton 
Shanley James, laborer, house Parker's lane 
Shanley Kate, wid. of John, h. River, opp. the bleachery 
Shannon Jeremiah, watchman, h. Mechanic, near Charles 
Sharpe Samuel H., receiving clerk F. R. R., boards John 

C. Fisher's, Charles 



126 WALTHAM [g] DIRECTOET. 

Shaughnessy Cornelius, laborer, bds. Calvary, cor. Flood 
Shaughnessy Margaret Miss, house Calvary, corner Flood 
Shaughnessy Michael, laborer, house Oak, near Cedar 
Shaunessy Thomas, laborer, house Friend, near John 
Shaw Alfred, fireman F. R. R., h. John, corner Friend 
Shaw Henry E., clerk Calvin Rice, boards 21 Hammond 
Shawmut House, Ash, corner Crescent 

SHEDD GEORGE F., machinist and engine build- 
er, Lexington, near Beaver, house Dale, near Bacon 
(see page 297) 
Shedd Joel, blind fastener mnfr., Dale, n. Bacon, h. do. 
Shedd Phebe H., widow of Varnum A., house Lexington, 

near School 
Shedd William E., clerk (49 South, B.),h. Bacon, n. Dale 
Sheehan Margaret Mrs., house Spring, corner Middle 
Sheffield Charles, engraver American Watch Co., rooms 

Mrs. H. B. Locke's, Moody, corner Walnut 
Sheffield John, at Am. Watch Co., h. Hali, near Cushing 
Sheldon Fred C, hairdresser, bds. Mrs. H. M. Churchill's, 
Common [Spruce, n. Adams 

Shepard James T., foreman American Watch Co., house 
Shepard William, watchmaker at American Watch Co., 

house Church, near Main 
Shepherd Obed C. (Hebbard & Shepherd), dry goods (250 

Main, Worcester), house 119 Moody 
Sheridan John, at B. Mnfg. Co., bds. 11 Long blk., Elm 
Sheridan Margaret, wid. of Patrick, h. Middle, n. Spring 
Sheridan Patrick, farmer, h. rear Beaver Brook station 
Sheridan Thomas, laborer, house Exchange, near School 
Sherman Abel W. (Sherman & Locke), grocer, Main, cor- 
ner Spring, house 468 Main 
Sherman Asahel, milkman, house 63 Adams 
Sherman Henry P., real estate agent, h. Liberty, c. School 
Sherman John M., dentist, Common, near Main, h. do. 
Sherman Newton, milkman, boards 63 Adams 
Sherman Prentiss, shoemaker, Crescent, n. Moody, h. do. 
Sherman & Locke (Abel W. Sherman and Willard P. 

Locke), grocers, Main, corner Spring 
Sherwood Arthur G., painter, boards Mrs. R. A. Sher- 
wood's, Cross [Cross 
Sherwood John J., mason, bds. Mrs. R. A. Sherwood's, 
Sherwood Rose A., widow of Robert, h. Cross, n. Main 
Sherwood William, teamster, boards Mrs. R. A. Sher- 
wood's, Cross 
Shields James, painter, house rear Bacon, near Pond 
Shields Patrick, laborer, house Bacon, near Pond 
Shields Patrick jr., bricklayer, h. Fountain, near Charles 
Shiels Martin, grocer, Willow, opp. Foundry av., h. do. 
Shirley George H., asst. supt. American Watch Co., house 
25 Crescent 



WALTHAM [g] DIRECTORY. 127 

Shirley William, laborer, house Felton, near Prospect 
Shoesmith John J., machinist Am. Watch Co., b. 27 River 
Shoesmith Mary, widow of William, house 27 River 
Shuman Henry, Waltham Emery Wheel Co., house 88 

Crescent [Alden's, Alder 

Sibley Charles, at Am. Watch Co., boards Mrs. Sarah B. 
Sibley Freeman K., emery, crocus and corundum cloth 

and wheel mnfr., Moody, corner Cushing, house 

Moody, corner High 
Silman William, machinist Am. Watch Co., h. 126 School 
Silman William, at Am. Watch Co., house 36 Brown 
Silva Patrick, laborer, house Calvary, near Friend 
Silver Joseph W., house Church, near School 
Silvermail Solomon, laborer, house High, opposite Hall 
Simmons Christopher, farmhand, b. B. F. Reed's, Moody 
Simmons Luville, at Am. Watch Co., b. Hall, c. Gordon 
Simonds Cyrus P., janitor Congregational church, house 

High, near Moody 
Simonds John, at Arm Watch Co., h. Bacon, near Pond. 
Simonds John, farmhand A. Bennett, Bow, boards do. 
Simonds Jonathan B., h. 8 Harvard, corner Harvard av. 
Simonton William F., at B. Mnfg. Co., house 80 Moody 
Simpson Alfred, at Am. Watch Co., house rear Harvard, 

near Charles 
Sinclair James A., house 25 Prospect 
Singleton William A., at D. D. Palmer's, Spruce, house 

Moody, corner Cushing 
Skeele Adaline M. Miss, boards 29 Maple 
Skeele Henry E., machinist Am. Watch Co., h. 29 Maple 
Skelton George W., at American Watch Co., rooms John 

D. Young's, Charles [Charles 

Skelton Mary, widow of Warren, b. Wm. E. Allen's, off 
Skelton William J., at American Watch Co., rooms 

Franklin Wood's, Russell 
Skerry Wm., at Am. Watch Co., b. John H.Neal's, South 
Skinner Ellis, picture-frame maker, h. School, opp. Grant 
Skinner George C, at Am. Watch Co., house 115 Moody 
Skinner Isaac W., at Am. Watch Co., bds. 115 Moody 
Slattery Michael, moulder, h. Felton, opp. Brown's lane 
Sleeper Percy, at Am. Watch Co., rooms 5 Mechanic 
Sloan Joseph H., at Am. Watch Co., rooms Miss Lizzie 

Black's, Crescent [Adams 

Sly Augustus B., at Am. Watch Co., bds. G. H. Adams', 
Small James, at Am. Watch Co., bds. Mrs. Etta Bacon's, 

High 
Small Sullivan R., at Am. Watch Co., house Common 
Small William A., at American Watch Co., rooms Ed- 
ward E. Cousins', Myrtle 
Smart Herbert C, at Am. Watch Co., rooms Cushing 



J28 WALTHAM [g] DIRECTORY. 

Smith Albert, at American Watch Co., boards George F. 

Carr's, Taylor [Chestnut 

Smith Albert B., carpenter American Watch Co., h. 21 
Smith Alex. G., carpenter, bouse 22 Maple 
Smith Ann Elizabeth Miss, dressmaker, 304 Main, opp. 

Central House, house do. 
Smith Arthur F., at Am. Watch Co., house 48 Adams 
Smith Arthur G., at Am. Watch Co., bds. 10 Chestnut 
Smith Arthur P., principal South grammar school, house 

High, near Moody 
Smith Benton Rev., house Moody, corner Orange 
Smith Charles C, carpenter, South, near Charles, h. do. 
Smith Charles E., engineer Davis & Farnum Mnfg. Co., 

house Foundry avenue [n. Adams 

Smith Charles R., works Am. Watch Co., house Spruce, 
Smith C. W., at Am. Watch Co., boards H. C. StowelPs, 

Robbins 
Smith Edward P., farmer, house Lincoln, near Lexington 
Smith Edwin, house 19 School 

Smith Edwin R., carpenter, house Taylor, corner Hall 
Smith Elijah IJ., American Watch Co., house 195 Main 
Smith Ella M., widow of James G., b. J. D. Cutter's, Main 
Smith Eveline, widow of Wm. H., house 32 Lyman 
Smith Frances A. Miss, house 195 Main 
Smith Francis, laborer, house Cedar, near Oak 
Smith Francis C, farmer, house Lincoln, near Curve 
Smith Frank, clerk, 72 Moody, rooms 94 do. 
Smith Frank C, boards 8 Taylor 
Smith Fred A., American Watch Co., rooms W. S. Far- 

rington's, Taylor 
Smith George, carpenter, house 59 Central 
Smith George A., bookkeeper Hamilton National Bank 

(60 Devonshire, B.), house Linden, near Beaver 
Smith Geo. E., at Am. Watch Co., h. Robbins, n. Moody 
Smith George H., foreman (162 Broadway, Cambridge- 
port), house 47 Crescent 
Smith George M., veterinary surgeon, b. Central House 
Smith Georgie E. Mrs., boarding-house, Maple, n. Adams 
Smith Hannah C, widow of John, h. School, opp. Grant 
Smith Harry W., bookkeeper at the bleachery, boards 32 

Lyman 
Smith James, at the bleachery, h. Newton, n. the bridge 
Smith James, laborer, house Charles, corner Williams 
Smith John F., at chalk factory, b. Patrick Smith's, Ferren 
Smith John S., mail deliverer, boards John Smith's, 

School, near Exchange 
Smith J. Dustin, carpenter, house 200 Main 
Smith Leonard, clerk (29 India, B.), boards Mrs. M. J. 
Smith's, Lyman 



WALTHAM [S] DIRECTORY. 129 

Smith Margaret, widow of Patrick, h. John, cor. Flood 
Smith Margaret, widow of Thomas, h. Clinton, near Day- 
Smith Maria Miss, at Am. Watch Co., b. Adams House 
Smith Marshall, house 5 Harvard 
Smith Mary Ann, widow of George W., house Brook, 

near Lincoln line 
Smith Mary J., wid. of Leonard P., h. Lyman, c. Summer 
Smith Mattie, at Am. Watch Co., boards Adams House 
Smith Melzer D., farmer, house Moody, opposite Brown 
Smith Nathan Mrs., boards Lexington, near Curve 
Smith Orlendo ^\. (O. A. Smith & Co.), dry goods, house 

at Newton Centre 
Smith O. A. & Co. (Orlendo A. Smith),dry goods, Whit- 
ford's building, 359 Main 
Smith Patrick, laborer, house Newton, near Benefit 
Smith Patrick, laborer, house Ferren, near Felton 
Smith Perez Mrs., house Lincoln, near Lexington 
Smith Reuben L., works Am. Watch Co., h. 8 Taylor 
Smith Richard, fish peddler, house Oak, near Newton 
Smith Samuel L., watchman B. Mnfg. Co., h. 45 Central 
Smith Sophila, widow of Joseph L., house ofT Bacon, 

near Lexington [Central 

Smith Stephen B., machinist Am. Watch Tool Co., b. 45 
Smith Susan, widow of Spencer, house River, n. Willow 
Smith Sylvanus, bookkeeper (B.j, rooms 16 Adams 
Smith Sylvanus W., real estate agent, 355 Main, house 

School, near Lyman 
Smith Thomas, hostler J. A. Cheney, Church, rooms do. 
Smith Thomas D., American Watch Co., boards Patrick 

Smith's, Ferren [street avenue 

Smith Thomas P., printer (7 Spring lane, B.), h. Church 
Smith Walter H., milkman W. L. Child, Lexington,b. do. 
Smith William, at Am. Watch Co., boards 48 Brown 
Smith William B. (F. R. R., B.), boards Rev. Benton 

Smith's, Moody, cor. Orange 
Smith William H. P., at American Watch Co., house 

Robbins, near Adams 
Smith William J., carpenter, rms. C. W. French's,Moody 
Smith Wm. W. (F. R. R., B.), house 5 Gordon 
Smyth John R., silver plater, boards 73 Moody 
Snell Charles E. Mrs., house Bacon, near Main 
Snow Greenleaf, second hand B. Mnfg. Co., b. 6 Bacon 
Snow Henry A., at (100 Franklin, B.), boards Henry S. 

Jones', High 
Snow J. H, machinist Am. Watch Tool Co. 
Snow William H., at Am. Watch Co., h. 10 Harvard av. 
Somerville Charles, at Am. Watch Co., rooms Melviu H. 

Coffin's, Ash 
Somes George L., at Am. Watch Co., boards 19 Brown 



130 WALTHAM [g] DIRECTORY. 

Soper John E., flour (2 and 3 India, B.), house Lexing- 
ton, near Summer 
Southall Thomas, at Am. Watch Co., boards John W. 

Flohr's, Foundry avenue 
Spaulding Harry C, provisions, Main, cor. Common, rms. 

Samuel S. Stinson's, Hammond 
Spaulding Henry A., at Am. Watch Co., h. 6 Crescent 
Spaulding Woodbury H., American Watch Co., rooms 32 
Adams [Spear's, Pine 

Spear Guy M., at Am. Watch Co., boards Mrs. Mary E. 
Spear Mary E. Mrs., house Pine, near F. R. R. crossing 
Spear Robert, Am. Watch Co., h. Spruce, near Moody 
Spear Syrena D., widow of Joseph, nurse, boards U. E. 

Pat ridge's, Cherry 
Spellman John, laborer, house Exchange, near Main 
Spelraan James, carpenter, house Felton, near Water 
Spencer Fred E., gardener C. V. Woerd, Crescent, b. do. 
Spencer Mark F., brakeman F. R. R., house Newton, op- 
posite Calvary 
Sprague Rhoda, widow of Chandler, house 3 Bacon 
Stackpole Lydia, widow of Joseph, boards Samuel F. 

Scammans', Robbins 
Stafford John, house Warren, near Beaver 
Stankard Bridget, widow of Michael, h. Exchangem. Pond 
Stankard Martin, mason, house Exchange, near Pond 
Stankard Thomas, mason, house Pond, near Exchange 
Stanley Addie M. Miss, bookkeeper Am. Watch Co., b. 

E. S. Stanley's, Grant 
Stanley Amelia H. Miss, teacher East primary school, 

No. 5, Charles, boards E. S. Stanley's, Grant 
Stanley Ezra S., house Grant, near School 
Stanley Frank E., house Bacon, near School 
Stanley Ira W., clerk Rumford market, h. 91 Lexington 
Stanley Leonard W., police, house 15 Taylor 
Staples Chas. H., engineer B. Mnfg. Co., house 20 River 
Staples Francis W., mason, house 43 Central 
Staples Leroy S., at Am. Watch Co., house 32 Gordon 
Starbuck Alexander, at Am. Watch Co., house Lexing- 
ton, corner School 
Starbuck Edward P., dentist, 7 Central block, upstairs, 

Main, house 15 Newton 
Stark Bonny, teamster, house School, opposite Grant 
Stark Francis, machinist John Stark, rooms do. 

STARK JOH1V, watchmakers' tools, Moody, near 
Chestnut, house do. (see p. 300) [nut 

Stark John jr., machinist John Stark, h. Moody, n. Chest- 
Stark Robert M., lawyer, room 2, Central block, Main, 

boards at Watertown 
Starr Harriet J., widow of Henry C, h.Walnut,n. Moody 



WALTHAM [g] DIRECTORY. 131 

Stearns Adeline W\, wid. of Nathaniel, h. Grant, n. Main 
Stearns Amos, farmer, house North, near Lexington 
Stearns Andrew W., boards Prospect House 
Stearns Ann E. Miss, teacher West primary school, dist. 

6, bds. Mrs. Rachel Stearns', Weston, above South 
Stearns Charles A., farmer, house Winter, near West 
Stearns Charles V., farmer, house Winter, near West 
Stearns Cynthia L., widow of Ambrose, boards Charles 

E. Clark's, Robbins [c. Prospect 

Stearns Ephraim, woolens (39 Franklin, B.), h. Vernon, 
Stearns Fred. A., clerk (39 Franklin, B.), bouse 1 Bacon 
Stearns Fred H., bds. Mrs. Caroline Fisk's, Lexington 
Stearns George A., lithographer (181 Devonshire, B.), 

house 192 Main 
Stearns George A. jr., reporter Advertiser (248 Washing- 
ton, B.)fboards 192 Main 
Stearns George W., mason, house 107 Moody 
Stearns Henry O., watchman American Watch Co., house 

Charles, opposite Grant 
Stearns Henry W., bookkeeper (Abattoir, Brighton), 

boards W. Stearns', Grant 
Stearns Horace T., house North, near Quince 
Stearns John W., milkman, 39 Crescent, house do. 
Stearns Jonathan, farmer, house North, between Lexing- 
ton and Lincoln 
Stearns Lois A. Miss, bds. Mrs. Rachel Stearns', Weston 
Stearns Martha A., widow of Leonard, house 200 Main 
Stearns Mary C. Miss, teacher East intermediate school, 

district No. 6, boards Mrs. A. W. Stearns', Grant 
Stearns Rachel, widow of Ephraim, h.Weston, ab. South 
Stearns Sarah, wid. of Bradshaw, h. Moody, c. Myrtle 
Stearns Watson, steam and gas fitter, Stearns & Crehore 

building, Main, house Grant, near Main 
Stearns William H., watchmaker American Watch Co., 

house School, near Bacon 
Stearns Wm. H. jr., at Am. Watch Co., h. Prospect pi. 
Stedman George R., printer Record office, h. at Weston 
Steele John, laborer, house Felton, opposite Williams 
Steirburk Frederick, laborer, house John, near Moore 
Stemsky Edward, lithographer (424 Washington, Boston), 

rooms J. R. Pike's, Walnut, near Moody 
Stetson Furber A., at American Watch Co., boards J. Y. 

Marden's, Chestnut [b. do. 

Stetson Mary H. Miss, asst. teacher New Church school, 
Stevens Francis E., boarding-house, Adams, corner Ash 
Stevens Jacob, at Am. Watch Co., bds. Shawmut House 
Stevens John, laborer, house Day, near Bolton 
Stevens John E., at Am. Watch Co., h. rear 14 Spruce 
Stevens Joseph M., station agent Beaver Brook station 

F. R. R., house do. 



132 WALTHAM [g] DIEECTORT. 

Stevens Mary, widow of John, h. Calvary, n. Newton 
Stevens Mary E., wid. of Nathaniel P., h. Myrtle, n. Beech 
Stevens Milton H., at Am. Watch Co., h. Pine, cor. Hall 
Stevens Newell, carpenter, house Weston, near Main 
Stewart James, farmer, h. off Winter, near Lincoln line 
Stewart Samuel, farmer, h. off Winter, near Lincoln line 
Stewart Samuel, watchmaker D. D. Palmer, boards 

Moody, corner Chestnut 
Stewart Win., farmhand William Harding, Grove, b. do. 
St. George Christopher F., machinist, house Taylor, near 

Lowell 
Stickney Charles H. (Stickney & Son), stoves and tin- 
ware, 389 Main, house 399 do. 
Stickney Isabelle, widow of George A., boards 399 Main 
Stickney Rufus (Stickney & Son), stoves and tinware, 
389 Main, house 399 do. 

STICKNEY & SON (Rufus and Charles H. Stick- 
ney), stoves and kitchen furnishing goods, 389 Main 
(see page 297) 

Stiles Hannah A., widow of Ammi B., house 18 Newton 

Stilphin Edward D., at American Watch Co., boards 
Charles P. Smith's, Spruce 

Stinson Joseph, mason, boards Shawmut House 

Stinson Samuel S., driver L. J. Kendall, h. Hammond 

Stitts John, boarding-house, 281 Main 

Stockbridge Charles H. D., at American Watch Co., 
house Cherry, near Moody 

Stokinger William H., baker J. & A. Munster, h. Ham- 
mond, near railroad 

Stone Austin A., station agent Stony Brook station, 
house off Weston, near Stony Brook 

Stone Charles F. (F. M. & C. F. Stone), lawyer, house 
Summer, near Church 

STONE FREDERICK M., pres. Waltham Na- 
tional Bank, and(F. M.& C. F. Stone), lawyer, 1 Cen- 
tral block, Main, house Lexington, near Pond 
Stone F. M. & C. F., lawyers, 1 Central block, Main 
Stone Helen C, widow of Columbus J., house 50 Central 
Stone Henry J., at Am. Watch Co., h. Walnut, n. Adams 
Stone Henry K., collector (28 School, room 5, Boston), 

boards Prospect House 
Stone Howard L., milkman, house Main, above Weston 
Stone James A., box-maker, house Parker's lane 
Stone Kendall EL, house Floyd, near Charles 
Stone Lucy M., widow of Daniel H., house 34 Brown 
Stone Mary E. Miss, teacher of music, boards K. H. 

Stone's, Floyd 
Stone Milton A., clerk (B.), b. K. H. Stone's, Floyd 
Stone William B. s clerk, 286 Main,b. K. H. Stone's, Floyd 



WALTHAM [g] DIEECTORT. 133 

Stone William H., machinist, house Taylor, near Lowell 
Storer Emerson, teamster Pope & Viles, house Vernon, 

. near Prospect 
Storer Sarah F., widow of Woodbury, h. Cross, n. Main 
Stott Thos. E., at Am. Watch Co., rooms 36 Crescent 
Stow ell George H., clerk F. R. R. (Boston), house 

Beech, corner Myrtle [Adams 

Stowell George L., at Am. Watch Co., b. Adams House, 
Stowell Henry C, extract rnnfr., Robbins, near Adams 
Stratton J. V., pastor First Baptist church, h. 282 Main 
Stratton Nelson P., house Spruce, near Adams 
Stratton Rodney J., machinist, boards John R. Farnum's, 

Main 
Stratton Sarah J., widow of Daniel, house 5 Mechanic 
Stratton Thomas D., dry goods, hardware, etc.,Whitford's 

block, Main, house Main, opposite Central House 
Strauch Andrew, cigar mnfr., Main, opposite Moody, 

house rear 20 Lexington. 
Strickland George W., watchmaker, house 21 Pine 
Strite Emily, widow of Charles S., house 61 Ash 
Strite Frederick, at Am. Watch Co., h. Moody, opp. Ash 
Strite William, at American Watch Co., house 61 Ash 
Strout Oscar L., watchmaker, boards 12 Liberty 
Stuart John, carpenter, boards John F. Fisher's, Charles 
Sullivan Cornelius, laborer, house Sun, near Ferren 
Sullivan Daniel, laborer, house Heard, near Central 
Sullivan Dennis, laborer, house Exchange, near Pond 
Sullivan Dennis M., hairdresser, boards Dennis Sullivan's, 

Exchange 
Sullivan Jerry, farmer, house North, corner Forest 
Sullivan John A., case polisher (B.), boards Dennis Sul- 
livan's, Exchange [Felton 
Sullivan John J., iron moulder, bds. Margaret Sullivan's, 
Sullivan Margaret, wid. of Daniel, h. Felton, n. Williams 
Sullivan Mary, widow of John, h. Charles, cor. Williams 
Sullivan Michael B., telegraph operator, boards Margaret 

Sullivan's, Felton 
Sullivan Morris, boards Patrick Sullivan's, Charles 
Sullivan Patrick, laborer, house Charles, opposite Grant 
Sullivan Patrick, moulder, h. South, opp. foot Charles 
Sullivan Philip J., machinist John Stark, boards Mrs. 

Sarah Sullivan's, rear Beaver Brook station 
Sullivan Sarah, widow of Eugene, house rear Beaver 

Brook station [Brook station 

Sullivan Thomas, boards Mrs. Sarah Sullivan's, r. Beaver 
Sullivan Thomas, machinist Boston Manufacturing Co., 

house Charles, corner Fountain 
Sullivan Timothy, house Spring, near Main 
Sulloway Israel W., house School, corner Lexington 



134 WALTHAM [J] DIRECTORY. 

Sumner Edwin, engineer American Watch Tool Co., bds. 

at 67 Moody 
Sutton David Mrs., widow, house 116 Charles 
Sutton Joseph M., laborer, house River, near Willow 
Swallow Edward E., physician, Main, opposite Liberty 
Swartz David, house 1 Pine 
Swasey James H., house 20 Common 
Sweeney Cornelius, harnessmaker, house 22 Spring 
Sweeney John, laborer, house rear Beaver Brook station 
Sweeney Patrick, house rear 13 Middle 
Sweeney Peter, gardener, house Charles, opp. Harvard 
Swett Fred, at American Watch Co., rooms Mrs. A. M. 

Clapp's, Adams 
Swett Freeman C, at Am. Watch Co., bds. 92 Moody 
Swett Herbert G., at American Watch Co., b. 92 Moody 
Swett Samuel, expressman, boards 306 Main 
Sylvester Edward, at Am. Watch Co., bds. 39 Crescent 
Symmes Thos., works Am. Watch Co., house Robbins, 

neiar Adams 

TAFT BEZALEEL, flagman Lyman street crossing, h. 

Vernon, near South 
Taft Edwin W., works Am. Watch Co., h. 8 Chestnut 
Taft Herbert C, supt. clerk M. C. R. R. (B. & L. R. R. 

depot, B.), house Vernon, near South 
Tannin Patrick, laborer, boards Patrick Griffin's, Clinton 
Tarbell A. W., asst. supt. Waltham Gas Light Co., boards 

William TarbelPs, Russell 
Tarbell William, supt. Waltham Gas Light Co., house 

Russell, near Harvard 
Tarpy Patrick, laborer, house Willow, corner Grove 
Tate Amelia C. Mrs., house Robbins, near Adams 
Tate Chas. L., section-hand B. Mnfg. Co., house 16 Cross 
Tay Henry, teamster, house 306 Main 
Tay Henry jr., gate tender F. R. R., bds. H. Tay's, Main 
Taylor Edward T., carpenter, house Grant, near Main 
Taylor Ellen Mrs., house 112 School 
Taylor George, carpenter, b. Geo. W. Rogers', r. Newton 
Taylor George E., machinist American Watch Co., house 

Robbins, near Adams 

TAYLOR GEORGE D., carpenter and builder, 
rear Music Hall, Elm, house Pond, n. Exchange (see 
page 295) 
mAYLOR JAMES M., provisions, Hall's block, 
JL Moody, cor. Gordon, house Pine, n. Hall (see p. 4) 
Taylor John, at American Watch Co., boards 49 Crescent, 

opposite Chestnut 
Taylor John A., farmer, house Derby, near Moody 
Taylor John M., farmer, house 163 School 



WALTHAM [J] DIRECTORY. 135 

Taylor Lewis C, grocer, Main, cor. Lyman, house Lyman, 
near Main [Grant 

Taylor Pliny W., provisions, house School, nearly opp. 
Taylor Samuel, operative B. Mnfg. Co., house 12 Elm 
Taylor William B., boards John A. Taylor's, Derby 
Teasdale Charles, foreman, b. Mrs. F. P. Farwell's, South 
Tebbets Clarence, watches, jewelry, etc., Central block, 
Main, house School, near Liberty [Crescent 

Tebbets John, at American Watch Co., rooms L. Greene's, 
Tedd Dickson, carpenter, boards Shawmut House 
Teel Charles H., farmer, house North, near Smith 
Teel GeorgA E., farmer, house North, near Smith 
Telfer Robert, jig-sawyer, rear Music Hall, Elm, house 

Gilead avenue, near Moody 
Temp'e Theron, phyjician, Music Hall blk., Elm, h. do. 

TEMPLE T. WALTER, dentist, Music Hall blk., 
Elm, house do. (s.e back co/er) 
Tenanty James, carpenter, house Calvary, opp. Friend 
Tenanty Matthew, carpenter, h. Calvary, near Newton 
Tenanty Michael B., carpenter, h. Calvary, near Cedar 
Tenney Nelson H., at American Watch Co., rms. Robert 

B. Dunning's, Chestnut [n. Pleasant 

Thayer Charles H., boot and shoe mnfr. (B.), house Maiu, 
Thayer Mary J. Mrs., teacher North grammar school, b. 

Charl' 3 Houghton's, Main 

THERRIEN JOHN, physician, room 21 Central 
block, Main, house do. (see page 307) 
Thibodo Octave, laborer, house Charles, opp. Harvard 
Thomas Alpheus O., trav. salesman, trees, h. 14 Taylor 
Thomas Charles, at Am. Watch Co., rooms 27 Maple 
Thomas Irving, at Am. Watch Co., rms. C. H. Trofatter's, 

High 
Thomas John B., clerk Northup & Warden, b. 14 Taylor 
Thomas Martin, foreman American Watch Co., house 

Adams, corner Cherry [n. Adams 

Thomas Meher, at American Watch Co., house Chestnut, 
Thomas Walter, clerk (16 Kingston, B.), boards Adams, 

corner Cherry [Adams 

Thorn u on Amos D., at Am. Watch Co., h. Cherry, near 
Thompson Caroline C. Miss, house 12 Spruce 
Thompson Chas. L., balance department American Watch 

Co., rooms C. H. Mann's, Moody 
Thompson Eliza, widow of Micah, h. Cherry, n. Adams 
Thompson Eliza M. Miss, house 12 Spruce 
Thompson Francis A., moulder, h. Alder, near Moody 
Thompson Frank, at B. Mnfg. Co., house 107 School 
Thompson Frank E., moulder, b. F. A. Thompson's,Alder 
Thompson Frank H., driver Weeks & Co. Express, house 

Vernon, near South 



136 WALTHAM [T] DIRECTORY. 

Thompson Frederick I., engraver American Watch Co., 

boards 31 Taylor, near Hall 
Thompson George M., insurance broker (66 State, B.), 

house 312 Main [Thompson's, Ferren 

Thompson John, spinner B. Mnfg. Co., boards William 
Thompson Joseph M., at American Watch Co., boards 

H. A. Wellington's, Moody 
Thompson Lena Mrs., house South, near Vernon 
Thompson Lewis E., carpenter, house School, n. Bacon 
Thompson William, loom fixer, house Ferren, near San 
Thompson William H., machinist American Watch Tool 

Co., house Moody, corner Chestnut 
Thompson Win. R., patternmaker, h. 31 Taylor, n. Hall 
Thorp John C, farmer, house Pond, near Exchange 
Thorp Barton H. (Thorp & Rogers), Waltham Steam 

Laundry, house Lowell, corner Dana 

THORP & ROGERS (Barton H. Thorp and Wm. 
N. Rogers), proprietors Waltham Steam Laundry, 

Crescent, near Moody (see back cover) 
Tibbetts Andrew J., carpenter, house Newton, n. Benefit 
Tibbetts Chas., at B. Mnfg.Co., b. Henry Douglas',N"ewton 
Tiernay Peter, teamster, house 20 Heard 
Tierney Patrick, laborer, house John, corner Friend 
Tiffany Joseph, hairdresser, boards 62 River 
Tinker George, bootmaker, 71 Moody, house 2 Spruce 
Titcomb Wm. W., clerk of corporation .and bookkeeper 

American Watch Co., house at Boston 
Todd James, at American Watch Co., rooms Sheldon 

Owens', Cherry 
Tolman Bradshaw S., constable and real estate agent, 

Central block, Main, boards Moody, corner Myrtle 
Tolman Geo. E., salesman Albert Higgins', h. Gilead av. 
Tolman John E., horse trader (5 Lancaster, B.), house 

Moody, corner Myrtle 
Tomlin Alfred, hosiery manufacturer, Felton, opposite 

Fountain, house Heard, near Central 
Tompkins Albert W., works American Watch Co., house 

High, corner Gardner 
Toomey Edward, shoemaker J. E. Burke & Co., house 

Charles, corner Fountain 
Toomey Matthew, carpenter, h. r. Beaver Brook station 
Tormey Hannah, wid. of Peter, h. r. Beaver Brook station 
Tormey Lawrence, works at the bleachery, house rear 

Beaver Brook station 
Tormey Michael, at Boston Manufacturing Co., house 

rear Beaver Brook station 
Totten John, ice dealer, Bacon, near School 
Totten William, carpenter, house Grant, corner School 
To wan Joseph G., watchmaker, house Pine, near Hall 



WALTHAM [T] DIRECTORY. 137 

Towan Julia A. Mrs., house Hall, corner Taylor 
Tower Anna, widow of Frank, house 66 Central 
Tower Frank E., provisions, Central market, 379 Main, 

house 6- Elm 
Tower Frank R., machinist, boards 66 Central 
Tower Geo. F., building mover, h. Russell, near Floyd 
Tower Hattie E.Miss, at Am. Watch Co., b. 66 Central 
Tower Lines Mrs., house Mt. Pleasant court 
Towers Susan, widow of Miles, h. Moody, opposite Brown 
Towle Eugene A., at American Watch Co., rooms Hall, 

corner Chestnut [Crescent 

Towne George F., conductor F. R. R., b. H. A. Warner's, 
Towne Wm. P., coachman R. T. Paine, Beaver, bds. do. 
Townsend David, house Lyman, corner School 
Townsend Elizabeth Miss, house Lyman, corner School 
Townsend Lucy W. Miss, h. Main, opposite Pleasant 
Townsend Luther, carpenter, b. Robert Filson's, Central 
Townsend Martha P. Miss, house Main, opp. Pleasant 
Tracy Catharine M., wid. of Jas., h. Newton, opp. Bolton 
Tracy Daniel, stone-layer, house Willow, near River 
Tracy Edward, laborer, house Willow, near River 
Tracy Edward, provisions, Charles, near Grant, h. do. 
Tracy James F., carpenter, bds. Patrick Tracy's, Calvary 
Tracy John F., machinist, bds. Edward Tracy's, Charles 
Tracy'Patrick, house Calvary, near Farwell 
Tracy Patrick H., laborer, house Calvary, near Farwell 
Tracy Peter, stone mason, house Willow, near River 
Tracy Thomas, laborer, house Clinton, near Day 
Tracy Thomas F., at paper mill, b. Edw. Tracy's, Charles 
Tracy Wm., gateman at bleachery station, h. Parker's lane 
Trainor Bridget, widow of Charles, h. Charles, c. Water 
Trainor Elizabeth, wid. of Patrick, h. Felton, n. Mechanic 
Trainor James F., laborer, b. Elizabeth Trainor's, Felton 
Travis Arthur, in bleachery, house Calvary, n. Cedar 
Treat Joseph B., house 14 Harvard [Adams 

Treat Samuel T., works B. Mnfg. Co., h. 17 Walnut, near 
Treen Bedford, at American Watch Co., rooms. J. S. 

Baker's, Robbins 
Trefry John, station agent Mass. Central R. R., boards 

Sanderson House 
Tremble John, carpenter, boards Sanderson House 

TROFATTER CHARLES H., steam and gas 
fitter, basement 111 Moody, house High, near Moody 
(see page 298) [Moody 

Truelove Thomas, at Am. Watch Company, h. Derby, n. 

TUCKER AMASA, cabinet maker, picture , frames, 
etc., 43 Moody, house Taylor, near Hall (see p. 306) 
Tucker Georgia C, teacher (Watertown), boards Amasa 
Tucker's, Taylor 



138 WALTHAM [U"Y] DIRECTORY. 

Tugarty William, laborer, house Felton, near Williams 
Tuite Patrick, 2d hand F. R. R., house Oak, cor. Newton 
Tuite Peter J., at Am. Watch Co., h. Felton, c. Williams 
Tuite Peter J., fish dealer, Oak, cor. Newton, house do. 
Tuite Thomas, laborer, house 92 School 
Tully Mark, laborer, house Newton, corner Bolton 
Tumilty James H., painter, b. Martin Greely's, off School 
Turner Arthur F., hostler J. A. Chen ey, bds. 242 Main 
Turner Isabella W. Miss, milliner, 3 Adams, boards do. 
Turner Mendal C, clerk Geo. T. Fiel, boards George T. 

Fiel's, Russell 
Turner N. W., at Am. Watch Co., h. Floyd, n. Charles 
Turner Walter, house 3 Adams 

Turner Walter F., at Am. Watch Co., boards 3 Adams 
Turner Wilfred B., clerk D. E. Pope & Son, b. 242 Main 
Tuthill Charles L., at Am. Watch Co., rooms L. G. Web- 
ster's, Adams, cor Walnut 
Tuttle Nora Miss, dressmaker, Pine, corner Gardner, 
house do. [Elm 

Tuttle Thomas, spinner B. Mnfg. Co., b. 11 Long block, 
Tweed John H., tin plate worker, house rear 34 Elm 
Twing Almon, watchmaker, house Main, near Weston 
Tyler George, agricultural tools (19 So. Market, Boston), 

house Linden 
Tyler George R., laborer, house 285 Main 

UNDERWOOD MOSES, house Moody, n. Newton line 
Upbam Frank M., clerk P. O., bds. S. O. Upbam's, Pond 
Upham Samuel O., postmaster, house Pond, between 

Lexington and Exchange 
Upham William, at Am. Watch Co., rooms 28 Walnut 
Upham W. Fred, chemical broker (B.), house Pond, n. 

Exchange 

VALLELY EDWARD, house Foundry av., n. Willow 
Vallory Frank, at the bleachery, house Willow, n. Grove 
Vallory Michael, laborer, h. rear Willow, n. Foundry av. 
Van Norman Caleb H., manager Hopkins' Watch Tool 

Co., house 23 Church 
Van Norman Charles, machinist, rooms 23 Church 
Van Norman Fred, machinist, rooms 23 Church 
Varney Ambrose, machinist B. Mnfg. Co., rooms I. L. 

Cousens', 1 Lowell 
Varney Nicholas R., at Am. Watch Co., house 29 Ash 
Varney William S., printer, 43 Moody, b. Ash, n. Adams 

VARNUM EDWARD P., harness maker, 281 
Main, house Cross, near Main (see page 305) 
Varrell Maria E. Mrs., house 3 Cherry [Spruce 

Vaughn Ansel H., at Am. Watch Co., rooms Moody, cor. 



WALTHAM [W] DIRECTORY. 139 

Veech Alexander, at bleachery, house Cedar, n. Calvary 
Vickerson Geo. O., boot and shoe maker, h. 25 Hammond 
Vigcent Charles, carpenter, George D. Taylor, h. Cross 
Vignean Andry, at Am. Watch Tool Co., house 14 Elm 
Viles Abigail, widow of Jonas, house 190 Main 

VILES DANIEL F., insurance agent and town 
clerk, Bank building, Main, h. 11 Pond (see p. 314) 
Viles Emily Miss, clerk Waltham Savings Bank, boards 

Summer, near Lexington 
Viles George, provisions (20 F. H. market, Boston), house 

Lexington, near Dale 
Viles James (Pope & Viles), flour and grain, h. 190 Main 
Viles John, house 4 Bacon 
Viles John M., house Moody, near Chestnut 
Viles Laura E. Miss, teacher (Allston), boards George 

Viles', Lexington 
Viles Mary E. Miss, house 1Q0 Main 
Viles Nathan, farmer, house Locust, near Winter 
Viles Nathan A., milkman, house 336 Main 
Viles Nathan R., farmer, boards Locust, near Winter 
Viles Walter S., engraver Am. Watch Co., house rear 

Main, opposite Central House 
Vinal Betsey D., widow of Melzar, h. Newton, near Pine 
Vinal Charles W., at Am. Watch Co., house 362 Main 
Vinal Ezra, at Am. Watch Co., house 85 Moody 
Vinal Ezra, at Am. Watch Co., house rear 87 Moody 
Vinal George F., engineer F. R. R., h. Pine, n. Newton 
Vinal George L., boards Main, opposite Newton 
Vinal Harry F., at American Watch Co., b. Levi Vinal's, 

Chestnut 
Vinal Joel P., carpenter, house Main, opp. Newton 
Vinal J. Frederick, foreman J. A. Cheney, boards Main, 

opposite Newton 
Vinal Levi, mason (River, corner Chestnut, Boston), h. 

Chestnut, near Moody [Vinal's, Chestnut 

Vinal Levi Whittemore, at Am. Watch Co., boards Levi 

WADDINGTON DANIEL, carpenter, house Charles, 

near Moody 
Waddington Wm. E., carpenter, h. Mechanic, n. Felton 
Wadleigh Benjamin H., machinist, h. Taylor, cor. Hall 
Wadleigh George P., draughtsman, boards B. H. Wad- 

leigh's, Taylor 
Wadleigh George P., at American Watch Tool Co., 

boards B. H. Wadleigh's, Taylor, corner Hall 
Wagner Joseph, at American Watch Co., boards Mrs. 

FarwelPs, South 
Waight Albert E., at Am. Watch Co., boards 23 Adams 
Walcott Martha M., widow of William, b. 19 Newton 
9 



140 WALTHAM ["W] DIRECTORY. 

Walcott William EL, appraiser (282 Washington, B.), 

house 18 Newton 
Waldron Patrick, spinner B, Mnfg. Co., house 6 Long 

block, Elm 
Wales Maria, widow of Jonathan, house 47 Central 
Walker Amory H., house Lexington, near Bacon 
Walker Charles H., at Am. Watch Co., boards 8 Cherry- 
Walker Gardner, at American Watch Co., rooms Mrs. M. 

J. Mayhew's, Robbins 
Walker Harriet S. Miss, boards T. W. Walker's, Gore 
Walker John, loom-fixer, house 2 Central street block 
Walker John, works in stocking factory, house Willow, 

near Grove 
Walker John, at chalk factory, house Cedar, corner Oak 
Walker John W., agent Wheeler & Wilson Mnfg. Co., 

87 Moody, rooms Pine, corner Gardner 
Walker Meredith, works in stocking factory, house Wil- 
low, near Grove 
Walker M. Sophia Miss, b.Theophilus W. Walker's, Gore 
Walker Theophilus W., merchant (17 Merchants row, 

B.), house Gore, near Main 

Walker , machinist Am. Watch Co., bds. 91 Crescent 

Wall Charles, watch-case maker American Watch Co'., 

house Ash, near Crescent 
Wall Charles H., at American Watch Co., house Adams, 

corner Ash 
Wall Edward, boards Thomas Wall's, Charles 
Wall Patrick, grocer, Oak, corner Cedar, house do. 
Wall Patrick H., clerk Patrick Wall, Oak, boards do. 
Wall Thomas, laborer, house Charles, opposite Grant 
Wall William Mrs., house Newton, near Benefit 
Wallace Isabella Mrs., house rear Newton, near Benefit 
Wallace John J., laborer, house Ferren 
Wallace Thomas J., stone-cutter, boards Hugh Gill's, Oak 
Wallace William, at American Watch Co., boards Mrs. 

Isabella Wallace's, Newton 
Wallingford Ida S. Mrs., boarding-house, 54 Lexington 
Wallis Eunice M., widow of Benj. K., h. Central, n. Elm 
Wallis Fred K., machinist, house Central, near Elm 
Walsh John, laborer, boards James Boardman's, Felton 
Walsh John, machinist John Stark, boards Thomas 

Walsh's, Flood 
Walsh Joseph, at B. Mnfg. Co., b. Ellen Downing's, Oak 
Walsh Richard H., boiler maker Davis & Farnum Mnfg. 

Co., house Foundry avenue, near Willow 
Walsh Thomas, watchman R. G. Brown & Co., house 

Friend, near John 
Walsh Walter T., stationery, etc., Common, near Main, 

house rear 61 Central 



WALTHAM [W] DIRECTORY. 141 

Walters George, at Am. Watch Co., rooms 54 Crescent 
Waltham Bakery, J. & A. Munster, proprietors, 443 Main 

WALTHAM BLEACHERY AND DYE 
WORKS, Chas. H. Mann, agt., River, opp. Wil- 
low (see page 302) 

WALTHAM DYE HOUSE, F. A. Wilson, pro- 
prietor, 9 Church (see page 301) 
Waltham Emery Wheel Co., 60 Felton, near F. R. R. 

WALTHAM FREE PRESS, Nathaniel G? 
Phinney, publisher, office r. 238 Main (see page 295) 
Waltham Free Public Bathing House, Moody, south end 

of the bridge 
Waltham Gas Light Co., office 4 Central block, Main 
Waltham Laundry, Warren Wetherbee, prop., 45 Moody 

WALTHAM NATIONAL BANK, Main, coi- 
ner Lexington (see page 303) 
Waltham New Church School, Lexington, near Bacon 
Waltham Post-Office, S. O. Upham, postmaster, Rumford 

building, Main 
Waltham Public Library, Moody, corner Charles 

WALTHAM REAL ESTATE AGENCY 
(E. A. Harrington and C. F. Parks), 361 Main (see 
page 299) 

WALTHAM RECORD, E. L. Barry, publisher, 
office 244 Main (see page 303) 
Waltham Savings Bank, Main, corner Lexington 

WALTHAM STEAM LAUNDRY, Thorp & 
Rogers, props.. Crescent, n. Moody (see back cover) 
Waltham Veteran Fire Association, Moody, c. Crescent 

WALTHAM WATCH TOOL CO., Moody, 
corner Cushing (see page 300) 
Ward Andrew W., carriagesmith, boards George B. 

Ward's, Moody 
Ward Benjamin J., boards Geo. B. Ward's, Moody 
Ward David T., painter, Main, near Church, h. 559 Main 
Ward George B., machinist, h. Moody, c Adams av. 
Ward Lawrence, laborer, house 198 Main, near Newton 
Ward Rosa Mrs., house 31 Spring 
Ward Thomas, laborer, house Charles, opposite Grant 
Ward William, laborer, h. rear Beaver Brook station 
Ward William D., watchmaker American Watch Co., 

house Brown, corner Moody 
Warden Erskine (North up & Warden), grocer, 73 

Moody, house Moody, corner High 
Warner Ernest H., showman, b. H. A. Warner's, Crescent 
Warner Hanford A., showman, h, Crescent, opp. Orange 
Warner Henry H., at Am. Watch Co., boards H. A. 

Warner's, Crescent [Adams 

Warren Alfred, at Am. Watch Co., h. Crescent, opp. 



142 WALTHAM [W] DIRECTOET. 

Warren Charles B., clerk (21 Summer, B.), house Main, 

near Gore 
Warren Charles R,, clerk, 313 Main, boards 42 Church 
Warren Clarence H., clerk, 313 Main, house Warren av. 
Warren Edward R. (B.), house Main, near Gore 
Warren Frank, at B. Mnfg. Co., boards 24 River 
Warren George E., milkman, 7 Prospect, house do. 
.Warren George W., clerk (Custom House, B.), h. Wes- 
ton, near Main 

WARREN GKEORGIA A., pianos, organs, and 
sewing machines, 3 Central block, Main, house Sum- 
mer, near Church (see pnge 302) 
Warren Hannah B., wid. of Charles W., house Prospect, 

corner Warren 
Warren Henry F., florist and nurseryman, Summer, near 

Church, house do. 
Warren Isaac (Isaac Warren & Son), 349 Main, house 

Crescent, opposite Adams 
Warren Isaac & Son (Isaac and Lowell E. Warren), boot 

and shoe mnfrs. and dealers, 349 Main 
Warren Isaac F., milkman, boards 116 Charles 
Warren J. L., house Lexington, near School 
Warren Lowell E. (Isaac Warren & Son), 349 Main, 

boards Isaac Warren's, Crescent, opp. Adams 
Warren Nathan (22 Equitable bldg., Milk, cor. Devon- 
shire, B.), b. Nehemiah Warren's, Weston, n. Main 
Warren Nehemiah, farmer, house Weston, near Main 
Warren Royal S., physician, house Main, near Lyman 
Warren Rufus, boots and shoes, 313 Main, h. 42 Church 
Warren Wilbur F., house 435 Main 
Warren Wm. A., druggists' sundries (419 Wash., B.), 

boards Edwin Bowker's, Main 
Warren William H., at American Watch Co., rooms W. 
W. Morse's, Ash [near Main 

Warren William H. (Custom House, B.), h. Hammond, 
Wasgatt Susan F., widow of Moses, boards Charles E. 
Russell's, Cherry [building 

Water Commissioners office, Waltham National Bank 
Watson Alva, hostler Harvey P. Bartlett, house 2 Spruce 
Watson Frank L., at Am. Watch Co., rooms Geo. F. 

Corey's, Moody 
Watson Henry H., boarding-house, Moody, c. Chestnut 
Watson John, in the bleachery, house Grove, n. Willow 
Watts A. W. Mrs., bds. Miss Sarah E. Willey's, Robbins 
Watts Isaac L., American Watch Co., h. 18 Chestnut 
Watts Oliver, clerk Isaac Warren & Son, boards 18 
Chestnut [A. Carr's, Cherry 

Watts Sherburne, at American Watch Co., rooms James 
Waugh John W., carpenter, house Moore, opp. Oak 



WALTHAM [W] DIRECTORY. 143 

Webber Daniel M., hairdresser, 117 Moody, house do. 
Webber John H., Am. Watch Co., h. High, n. Lowell 
Webber Susan A., widow of George, boards William A. 
Gerald's, Adams 

WEBSTER AMBROSE (American Watch 
Tool Co.), house Spruce, corner Adams (see p. 7) 
Webster Clarence L., at Am. Watch Co., rooms Mrs. 

Lucy K. Foster's, Maple 
Webster Edgar F., draughtsman Am. Watch Tool Co., 

boards Spruce, corner Adams 
Webster Edwin D., confectioner, 285 Main, house do. 
Webster John T. ? clerk J. W. Robinson, 105 Moody, 

rooms W. A. Webster's, Maple 
Webster Leonard G., machinist, house Adams, c. Walnut 

WEBSTER WILLIAM A., photographer, 
Moody, corner Crescent, house Maple, n. Moody 
(see front cover) 
Weeks Delmont L., boots and shoes (103j^ Summer, B.), 

house 13 Pine 
Weeks Frank M., clerk, 3 Lexington, house r. 14 Spruce 
Weeks George L., clerk (26 Winter, B.), h. 15 Gordon 
Weeks Hayes, bookkeeper (B.), boards Mrs. Walling- 

ford's, Lexington 
Weeks Hiram, produce (65 and 67 Clinton, B.), house 

22 Crescent [Lexington 

Weeks Hiram H., bookkeeper (84 Pearl, B.), boards 
Weeks Horace (Weeks & Co.), express, 3 Lexington, 

house 14 Spruce 
Weeks Wilbert L., bookkeeper Weeks & Co., 3 Lexing- 
ton, boards 14 Spruce 

WEEKS & CO. (Horace Weeks) express (174 
Washington, and 15 Devonshire, B.), 7 Lexington, 

near Main (see page 304) 
Welch Anna, widow of Patrick, house River, n. Willow 
Welch Charles A., lawyer (9 Tremont, B.), house Linden 
Welch David, blacksmith, house 23 River, near Willow 
Welch Edward, moulder, b. H. J. McBride's, New Grove 
Welch James, laborer, house School, near Grant 
Welch John, laborer, house Friend, near Calvary 
Welch John jr., boards John Welch's, Friend 
Welch John T., ice driver, boards Felton, n. Mechanic 
Welch Mary, widow of Jeremiah, h. Moore, opp. John 
Welch Patrick, coachman Mrs. A. B. Adams, Lyman, 

boards do. 
Welch Patrick, laborer, house Friend, near John 
Welch Patrick, laborer, house Main, near Heard 
Welch Patrick, laborer G. W. Lyman, Lyman, h. School, 

near Spring 
Welch Win., stone-mason, house off Bacon, near Pond 



344 WALTHAM [Yf"\ DIRECTORY. 

Welch William F., cigars, etc., Elm, opp. F. R. R. depot, 

house do. 
Welch, see Welsh 

Weldon Arnold, carpenter, bds. Lemuel Gilson's, Maple 
Wellington Arthur C, clerk, 4 Elm, boards Mrs. I. S. 

Wallingford's, Lexington [and Smith 

Wellington Benjamin, farmer, h. North, bet. Lexington 
Wellington Caleb F., house Hammond, near Main 
Wellington Caleb S., farmer, h. East Ash, near Moody 
Wellington Chas. L., farmer, h. North, n. Lexington line 
Wellington Edward, farmer, b. Benj. Wellington's, North 
Wellington Ethelyn A. Miss, dressmaker, 11 Cushing, 

house do. [street avenue 

Wellington Frederick D., clerk, 4 Elm, house Summer 
Wellington Frederick D., b. Chas. L. Wellington's, North 
Wellington George F., at gas works, house 66 Central 
Wellington Herbert J., at American Watch Co., house 

Chestnut, near Hall 
Wellington Horatio A., at American Watch Co., house 

Moody, opposite High 
JVellington James L., carpenter, house Bacon, n. Main 
Wellington James T., at Am. Watch Co., rooms 1 Maple 
Wellington John Maynard, clerk W. S. Curtis, house rear 

30 Elm 
Wellington Mary Elizabeth Miss, teacher High school, 

boards John M. Peck's, Summer 
Wellington Mary M., widow of James, h. Dale, n. Bacon 
Wellington Nancy O., widow of Jefferson, h. 11 Cushing 
Wellington Sullivan, farmer, house Russell, n. Prospect 
Wellington Theodore, farmer and milkman, house 91 

Lexington [near Liberty 

Wellington Theodore F., clerk Frank E. Tower, h. Main, 
Wellington William S., at American Watch Co., boards 

H. A, Wellington's, Moody [Moody 

Wells David H., at Am. Watch Co., rooms S. E. Cleaves', 
Wells Frank E., dentist, Connolly block, 57 Moody, rms. 

23 Hammond 
Wells Nathaniel, house Weston, near Stony Brook 
Welsh John P., machinist (Charlestown), boards 37 Hall 
Welsh Joseph A., machinist B. Mnfg. Co., boards 37 Hall 
Welsh Patrick T., receiving clerk freight depot (F. R. 

R., B.), house 37 Hall 
Welsh, see Welch [5 Prospect 

Wentworth Benjamin W., painter, Main, cor. Prospect, h. 
Went worth Charles W., farmer, house Plympton 
Wentworth Clarence L., farmer, house Dale, near Bacon 
Wentworth Frank L., fireman F. R. R., house Grant, 

near Charles 
Wentworth James B., foreman Arthur T. Lyman, Ly- 
man, near Forest, house do. 



WALTHAM [W] DIRECTORY. 145 

Wentworth John E., milk driver, boards 5 Prospect 
Wentworth Luciette A. Mrs., teacher (Eliot school, North 

Bennet, B.), boards Mrs. P. H. Shedd's, Lexington 
Wentworth Ralph S., collecting clerk (Maverick National 

Bank, 60 Water, B.), boards E. T. Taylor's, Grant 
West Harry, painter, boards E. M. Dow's, Main 
Weston Charles H., boarding-house, Robbins, n. Adams 
Weston Fred., clerk Central House, boards do. 
Weston George C, milkman, boards Prospect House 
Weston Henry B., boards Charles H. Weston's, Robbins 
Westwood John, machinist Am. Watch Co., h. 49 Brown 
Wetherbee Albert, works Am. Watch Co., h. 90 Moody 
Wetherbee Andrew, carpenter, boards 19 Church 
Wetherbee Charles H., boards 38 Central 
Wetherbee Edwin D., dial mnfr., 45 Moody, near Cres- 
cent, boards do. 
Wetherbee Frank W., dial, maker E. D. Wetherbee, 

Moody, boards Taylor, near Lowell 
Wetherbee Josiah, furnace mnfr., 38 Central, house do. 
Wetherbee Josiah W., boards 38 Central 
Wetherbee Melissa Miss, house 47 Central 
Wetherbee Warren, Waltham laundry, 45 Moody, h. do. 
Weymouth Lusina B., widow of Benjamin, h. 6 Chestnut 
Weymouth Osgood, at Am. Watch Co., house Taylor, 

near Lowell 
Whalen John, laborer, house School, nearly opp. Spring 
Whalen John, works in bleachery, h. Willow, near Grove 
Whalen Luke, teamster, house rear School, opp. Spring 
Whalen Peter, laborer, house School, opp. Spring 
Whalen Thomas, at B. Mnfg. Co., boards 24 River . 
Whalen Thomas, laborer, house 114 School 
Whalen Thomas F., saloon, Charles, n. Williams, h. do. 
Whalen William, mason, house School, opp. Spring 
Whartingbridge Joseph, machinist, h. Calvary, n. Cedar 
Wheeler Andrew, at American Watch Co., bds. 8 Tavlor 
Wheeler Charles M., at chalk factory, house rear Ex- 
change, near Main 
Wheeler James, laborer, house Oak, near Cedar 
Wheeler John, laborer, house rear Beaver Brook station 
Wheeler Mrs., house Grant, near Main 
Wheeler & Wilson Mnfg. Co., John W. Walker, agent, 
87 Moody [Main 

Whelon Daniel M., painter John H. Whelon, bds. do., r. 

WHELON JOHN H., painter and paper-hanger, 
Spring, n. Main, li. Spring, opp. Middle (see p. 301) 
Whidden George W., clerk general freight F. R. R. (B.), 

house 199 Main, corner Lyman 
Whitcomb Anna C. Miss, teacher third intermediate 
school, boards H. G. Whitcomb's, Plympton 



146 WALTHAM [W] DIRECTORY. 

Whitcomb Austin, at American Watch Co., rooms C. 0. 

Byam's, Cherry [Plympton 

Whitcomb Ernest A., clerk (Lynn), b. H. G. Whitcomb's, 
Whitcomb Frank, at American Watch Co., rooms C. C. 

Byam's, Cherry 
Whitcomb Horace G., farmer, house Plympton 

WHITCOMB JOHN E. (American Watch Tool 
Co.), house Moody, near High (see page 7) 
Whitcomb John F., at American Watch Co., boards H. 

G. Whitcomb's, Plympton 
White Alfred, carpenter, house Charles, opp. Harvard 
White Edward, carpenter, boards Sanderson House 
White Harriet L., widow of Wm. H., house 39 Hall 
White James, blacksmith, house rear School, near Spring 
White John, shoemaker, house r. East Ash, near Moody 
White Joshua, at Am. Watch Co., h. Ash, near Moody 
White Mary J., dressmaker, Pine, opp. Hall, house do. 
White Nelson, second hand B. Mnfg. Co., house 34 Pine, 

opposite Hall 
White William, house Felton, near Fountain 
Whitehead Daniel, laborer, h. rear School, opp. Spring 
Whitehead Frederick C, machinist, h. rear 57 Central 
Whitehead Thomas, driver J. Totten, Bacon, boards do. 
Whitehouse Charles H., machinist Am. Watch Co., house 

30 Prospect 
Whitehouse Joseph H., coachman Dr. J. W. Willis, Main 
Whitehouse J. Henry, clerk Prospect House, boards do. 
Whitford Emma M., bookkeeper Rand & Dutch, Lexing- 
ton, boards G. H. Whitford's, Bacon 
WHITFORD GEORGE H., watches, jewelry, 
etc., Whitford building, 363 Main, house Bacon, cor- 
ner Dale (see page 8) 
Whitford Mary E. Miss, teacher North grammar school 
Whiting Andrew, patternmaker, h. r. Newton, opp. Pine 
Whiting Charles, janitor school building, h. Bacon,n. Pond 
Whiting Henry L., machinist at bleachery, house River, 

near Willow 
Whiting Phineas, peddler, house 205 Main 
Whiting William G., at Am. Watch Co., house rear New- 
ton, opposite Pine 
Whitman Monroe, at Am. Watch Co., b. High,n. Newton 
Whitney Albert L., machinist American Watch Co., bds. 

Mrs. Alice M. McPh ail's, Moody 
Whitney Augusta Miss* boards 72 Ash 
Whitney Carrie Mrs., boards 43 Crescent 
Whitnev Catherine, wid. of Henry, h. Russell,n. Prospect 

WHITNEY CHARLES A., planing, sawing and 
turning, rear Music Flail, Elm, house Russell, near 
Prospect (see page 295) 



WALTHAM [TV] DIRECTORY. 147 

Whitney Charles G., machinist Am. Watch Co., boards 

Erskine Warden's, Moody- 
Whitney Charles H., student, b. Samuel Whitney's, Ash 
Whitney Edward M., machinist, rooms A. Lewis', Lowell 
Whitney Eustes, at Am. Watch Co., rooms 40 Crescent 
Whitney Frank, at American Watch Co., h. 16 Adams 
Whitney Jemima S., widow of Amos, house Crescent, 

near Chestnut 
Whitney Joseph, boards 200 Main, corner Newton 
Whitney Joseph W., farmer, house 65 Central 
Whitney Lucy H., widow of Geo. W., house 35 Adams 
Whitney Luther F., at Am. Watch Co., boards Mrs. J. S. 

Whitney's, Crescent 
Whitney Mary B., widow of Nathan, house 22 Walnut 
Whitney Nathan S., watchmaker American Watch Co., 

house 36 Crescent [Adams 

Whitney Samuel, machinist* Am. Watch Co., h. Ash, n. 
Whitney Susan Mrs., house 72 Ash 

Whitney Susan J., wid. of Zimri, dressmaker, h. 13 Union 
Whitney Walter, boards Amasa Tucker's, Taylor 
Whitney William S., at Am. Watch Co., rms. 19 Crescent 
Whitney William S. (Whitney & Edes), grocer, 113 

Moody, boards 97 Crescent 
Whitney & Edes ( Wm. S. Whitney and Robert B. Edes), 

grocers, 113 Moody 
Whittaker Robert, loom-fixer, house 15 River 
Whittaker Thomas, second hand B. Mnfg. Co., house 1 

Central street block [am's, Cherry 

Whittaker Thomas jr., at Am. Watch Co., rms. C. C. By- 
Whitten Charles H., house Gordon, near Hall 
Whitten Mary A., widow of John, dressmaker, Alder, 

near Moody, house do. 
Whittier John A., house Main, near Prospect 
Wholly Anna, widow of Daniel, h. Felton, opp. Fountain 
Wilbur Alfred, variety store, 246 Main, rooms 4 Music 

Hall block, Elm 
Wilcox William C, clerk water board, also clerk select- 
men, house 1 Charles, near Moody. 
Wilcox William C. jr., boards Wm. C. Wilcox's, Charles 
Wilde Louisa M., teacher, bds. M. S. J. Wilde's, Church 
Wilde Maximillian S. J., designer American Watch Co., 

house Church, near Summer 
Wilde Waldo Max., clerk (182 Causeway, B.), boards 

Church, near Summer 
Wilder Albert F., at Am. Watch Co., b. Sanderson House 
Wilder Ambrose S., police officer, h. Prospect, cor. Main 
Wildes Walter E., at Am. Watch Co., bds. 37 Crescent 
Wilkins William C, bronzer R. G. Brown, house Mt. 

Pleasant 



148 WALTHAM ["W] DIKECTORY. 

Willard George H., farmer, house Warren, corner Beaver 
Willey James H., second hand B. Mnfg. Co., h. 17 River 
Willey John G., boards Miss Susan E. Willey's, Robbins 
Willey Susan E. Miss,boarding-house, Robbins,n. Crescent 
Williams Augustine Z., clerk D. E. Pope & Son, boards 

242 Main 
Williams Daniel W., real estate and insurance, Adams 

building, Main, cor. Church, house School, n. Liberty 
Williams Elhanan J., at Am. Watch Co., boards Adams, 

corner Orange 
Williams George F. (Bradford & Williams), stationery, 

etc., Central block, house 16 Liberty, corner School 
Williams James J., hairdresser, boards Miss Abby Hol- 

brook's, Charles 
Williams John S., town treasurer, Bank building, house 

Main, below Willow 
Williams Mary L. Mrs., fancy goods and dressmaking, 

Oak, near Acorn, b. Mrs. Louisa McKenna's, Newton 
Williams Robert, moulder, house River, near bleachery 
Williams Roscoe A., carpenter, house Hammond 
Williams R. P. Mrs., house School, corner Liberty 
Williamson David, watchman chalk factory, house Ex- 
change, corner School 
Willis Emily S., wid. of Samuel A., h. Bacon, n. Main 
Willis Frederick R., watchmaker American Watch Co., 

house dishing, near Moody 
Willis John W., physician, house Main, opposite Liberty 
Willis Rufus P., machinist B. Mnfg. Co., house 14 Gordon 
Willoughby Edward, carpenter Am. Watch Co., boards 

Moody, corner Chestnut 
Wills William R., foreman American Watch Co., house 

21 Adams, corner Chestnut 
Wilmot Frank, gardener, house 4 High 
Wilson Charles B., watchman Am. Watch Co., house 91 

Crescent 
Wilson Charles S., at Am. Watch Co., boards 332 Main 
Wilson David A., at Am. Watch Co., h. Ash, n. Moody 

WILSON FRED. A., Waltham dye-house, 9 
Church, house 4 Elm (see page 301) 
Wilson George, janitor Music Hall block, Elm, house do. 
Wilson Horace B., farmer, house Quince, near Beaver 
Wilson Joseph L., at Am. Watch Co., house Crescent, 

opposite Walnut 
Wilson Miriam E., widow of Robert D., h. 12 Cushing 
Winch Edwin, at Am. Watch Co., h. Lowell, c. Chestnut 
Winkley George W., carriage-maker, h. r. Bacon, n. Dale 
Winn Charles H., machinist American Watch Tool Co., 

house 13 Church 
Winn Eliza, widow of Parker, house 13 Church 






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Winn James O., at Am. Watch Co., h. Bacon, near Main 
Winslow Geo. E., supt. water works, h. Alder, n. Moody 
Winslow John S., engineer F. R. R., h. Pine, cor. Lowell 
Winsor George H., clerk, 351 Main, boards 1 Walnut 
Winsor Richard A., at American Watch Co., h. 1 Walnut 
Wise well Lowell M., proprietor Waltham Hat Bleachery 
Withrow Jacob, foreman car stable, b. Prospect House 
Withrow John, expressman, boards Sanderson House 
Witzig Henry, watchmaker American Watch Co., rooms 

48 Adams 
Woerd Charles V., mechanical supt. American Watch 

Co., house Crescent, opposite Adams 
Woerd Charles V. jr., machinist American Watch Co., 

house Crescent, near Adams 
Woerd Henry, watchmaker American Watch Co., boards 

C. E. Edgecomb's, Robbins 
Wood Franklin, house Russell, corner Floyd 
Wood George W., carpenter, h. off Main, near Weston 
Wood Henry, at American Watch Co., rooms 34 Brown 
Wood Henry A., house Mt. Pleasant court 
Wood Thomas, overseer dyer B. Mnfg. Co., house Taylor, 

corner Lowell [mon st. place 

Woodbury Frank H., teamster Pope & Viles, h. 1 Com- 
Woodbury Howard C, prop. Charles River billiard and 

bowling saloon, Moody, near the bridge, h. at Natick 
Woodlock Elisha D., carpenter George D. Taylor, house 

Newton, near F. R. R. 
Woodlock George, carpenter, house Oak, corner Moore 
Woodward Charles H. R., salesman (130 Federal, B.), 

house Pine, near Hall 
Woodward Frank E., coachman Mrs! W. E. Bright, house 

Main, next F. R. R. 
Woodward Joshua L., farmer, house Winter, near West 
Wooley Charles D., at Am. Watch Co., bds. 8 Crescent 
Woolley Charles, house 2 Adams 

WOOLLEY GEORGE, books, stationery, etc., 
Whitford building, 363 Main, house 6 Park place 

(see page 8) [ton's, Moody, opp. High 

Worcester Albert, at Am. Watch Co., b. II. A. Welling- 
Worcester Alfred, boards Benjamin Worcester's, Bacon 
Worcester Benjamin, principal Waltham New Church 

school, house Bacon, near Lexington 
Worcester David P., farmer, h. rear Bacon, n. Lexington 
Worcester Edward, physician, 7 Moody, house do. 
Worcester James, at Am. Watch Co., h. 6 Harvard av. 
Worcester Joseph R. (B.), bds. Benj. Worcester's, Bacon 
Worcester Sarah, widow of Samuel, house 7 Moody 
Worcester William, at American Watch Co., rooms Mrs. 

Mary A. Whitton's, Alder 



150 WALTHAM [W] DJEECTORT. 

Wormwood Albert F., fruit and vegetables, house Main, 

near Prospect 
Wormwood John, at Am. Watch Co., r. Gordon, n. Hall 
Wormwood William S., boards 22 Walnut 
Wormwood Willoughby G., at American Watch Co., 

house 20 Walnut [Orange 

Wrenn Win, H., works Am. Watch Co., h. Crescent, opp. 
Wright Albert C., at Am. Watch Co., bds. 8 Crescent 
Wright Alfred H., at Am. Watch Co., bds. 8 Crescent 
Wright Almon, paper-hanger and paper-hangings, and 

fancy goods, Smyth's block, Moody, house do. 
Wright Charles A., painter, boards 109 Moody 
Wright Charles E., house 9 Prospect 
Wright Clarence E., clerk G. H. Whitford, Main, boards 

D. C. Wright's, Crescent 
Wright Daniel, machinist, house Main, opp. Linden 
Wright Daniell C, watchman Am. Watch Co., house 8 

Crescent 

WRIGHT DENNISON A., Waltham Watch 
Tool Co., Moody, h. 36 Lexington (see page 300) 
Wright Ephraim, carpenter, house Pine, near Newton 
Wright Frank T., blacksmith, Lexington, near Dale, house 

off Bacon, near Lexington 
Wright Fred H., at American Watch Co., boards D. O. 

Wright's, Crescent 
Wright Gad., house 109 Moody 

Wright Geo. L., works in bleachery, h. River, n. Willow 
Wright Geo. R., teamster, house 46 Church 
Wright James H., supt. of highways, house 109 Moody, 

near Chestnut 
Wright Lyman B., house 16 Elm 
Wright Peter, weaver, boards 14 Elm 
Wright Willis L., at Am. Watch Co., h. Main, opp. Liberty 
Wyatt Addison, at American Watch Co., house Cres- 
cent, near Walnut 
Wyatt Marcus A., at Am. Watch Co., rooms 34 Crescent 
Wyatt Marcus P., works Am. Watch Co., h. 69 Moody 
Wyckoff George, steam-fitter R. G. Brown & Co., house 

Charles, opposite Floyd 
Wyman Geo. E., farmer, house Cross, near Central 
Wyman Geo. S., at Am. Watch Co., b. S. R. Wyman's,Ash 
Wyman George W., at Am. Watch Co., house 299 Main 
Wyman John H., at B. Mnfg. Co., h. Charles, n. Water 
Wyman Reuben, farmer, house Winter, near West 
Wyman Reuben A., milkman, Bacon, n. Dale, boards do. 
Wyman Rodney H., hack driver, house r. 20 Lexington 
Wyman Silas R., watchman at American Watch Co., 

house Ash, near Moody 
Wyman William, milkman, house Baeon, near Dale 



WALTHAM [Y] DIRECTORY. 151 

YARDLEY ISAAC, at Am. Watch Co., h. Ash, n. Adams 
Yates Thomas, second hand B. Mnfg. Co., h. 3 River 
Yeaton Alice Miss, at American Watch Co., boards J. H. 

Kilburn's, High [worth's, Beaver 

York Ezra, farmhand G. W. Lyman, boards J. B. Went- 
Yeaton Herbert, at American Watch Co., boards J. H. 

Kilburn's, High 
York Jane H., widow of Uriah, house School, n. Lyman 
Young Edward J. Rev., pastor First Parish church, house 

at Cambridge [School 

Young Edward M., fish and oysters, 5 Lexington, h. 54 
Young Henry A., house 23 Hammond 
Young John D., carpenter, house Charles, n. Harvard 
Young M. Harwood, paymaster B. Mnfg. Co., house 

Church, corner Summer 
Young Stillman K., at Am. Watch Co., boards 55 Brown 
Young Tamzin S., widow of Joshua, house 19 Gordon 
Yuell James, carpenter, boards J. W. W augh's, Moore 



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WiLTHAM 




BUSINESS DIRECTORY, 

EMBRACING 

A Classified List of all Trades, Professions, aud Pursuits. iu 

theTownofWALTHAim, for the year 188$, arranged 

Alphabetically for each Trade, thus exhibiting 

at a glance the full address and Special 

Business of her Citizens. 



Agricultural Implements. 

KENDALL F. E. & CO., 3 Rumford building, Main 

(see front cover) 
Richardson E. M., Goodnow's block, 286 Main 

Apothecaries. 

Frothingkam D. D., 357 Main 

HALL HENRY C, Moody, corner Crescent (see front 

cover) 
Johnson Horace I., Main, corner Elm 
Page Charles F., Moody, corner Spruce 
Sale Charles E., 4 Eagle block, Main 
Sanderson Geo. H., 295 Main 

ArcJiitect. 

Hancox Benjamin F. jr., Grant 



154 WALTHAM BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

Artist. 

Rutter William B., Pond 

Auctioneers. 

McGuinness Frank, rear 18 Elm 

Smith S. W., 355 Main, room 2, upstairs 

Bakers. 

Dill Brothers, Moody, near Pine 

FRASER KATE M. MISS, Music Hall block, Elm (see 

page 309) 
JAMES ALGERNON, 82 Moody (see page 301) 
Li verm ore Jonas D., 8 Elm 
Munster John, 18 Elm 
Munster J. & A., 443 Main 

Banker and Broker. 

Reed George F., Whitford building, 361 Main 

Banks. 

WALTHAM NATIONAL BANK, F. M. Stone, presi- 
dent, Joseph F. Gibbs, cashier, Main, cor. Lexington 
(see page 303) 

Waltham Savings Bank, Waltham National Bank build- 
ing, Horatio Moore, president, F, M. Stone, treasurer, 
• Main, corner Lexington 

Bathing Souses. 

Free public bath house, Moody, south end of the bridge 
Woodbury H. C, Moody, near the bridge 

Beer and Mineral Water Manufacturers. 

Harvey J. J., School, opposite Spring 

Moore G. B., rear Main, near F. R. R., Beaver Brook 

Billiard Sails. 

Charles River Billiard and Bowling Saloon, Moody 
Belmont Billiard Hall, Common, corner Main 
Jewell Isaac B., 37 Moody 
Lee Charles H., 240 Main 

PROSPECT HOUSE, W. J. Richardson, prop., Main, 
opp. Prospect (see page 298) 

Bill Poster. 

McGuinness Frank, rear 18 Elm 



WALTHAM BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 155 

Blacksmiths. 

Blackey J. W., Main, Beaver Brook 

Burke Thomas A., Main, opposite Prospect 

Daniels J. & Son, Main, opposite Central House 

GREEN JOHN A., Moody, near Cushing (see page 305) 

Larkin Patrick, Common, opposite Middle 

Mayer L. J., Water, near Charles 

McDonald Hugh, rear Main, near Central House 

Wright Frank T., Lexington, near Dale 

Bleachery and Dye Works. 

WALTHAM BLEACHERY AND DYE WORKS, 

C. H. Mann, agent, River, opp. Willow, E. Dwight, 
treas. (60 State, B.) (see page 302) 

Blind Fastener Manufacturer. 

Shedd Joel, Dale, near Bacon 

Boarding -Mouses. 

Bickman S. E., 30 River 

Connelly Patrick, Felton, near Mechanic 

Connors Bridget, 12 Long block, Main 

Day William, Shawmut House, Crescent, corner Ash 

Fisher John C, Charles, corner Mechanic 

Hamilton Mary >M. Mrs., Maple, near Moody 

Jenks Simeon M., Moody, near Robbins 

King Mary A., Walnut, corner Adams 

Langley James W., 13 River 

Mann Emma J. Mrs., 28 River 

Mayhew M. J. Mrs., Robbins, near Crescent 

Merry George A., 24 River 

Neilson Caroline Mrs., 53 Adams 

Odion Sarah J. Mrs., 30 Taylor, near Lowell 

Piper Mary A. Miss, 242 Main 

Robbins Sabra N., Adams House, Adams, cor. Maple 

Roddick Thomas, 73 Moody 

Rose Eleazer, High, opposite Lowell 

Saunders John W., 26 Walnut 

Shawmut House, Ash, cor. Crescent, opp. watch factory 

Stevens Francis E., Adams, corner Ash 

Taylor E. T., Grant, near Main 

Wallingford Ida J. Mrs., 54 Lexington 

Waltham New Church School, Lexington and Bacon, 

near Dale 
Watson Henry H.. Moody, corner Chestnut 
Willey Susan E. Miss, Robbins, near Crescent 
10 



156 WALTHAM BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Boats to Let. 

Bartlett H. P., Moody, opposite River 

Wetberbee Warren, Moody, soutb end of tbe bridge 



Books and Stationery. 

Bradford & Williams, Central block, Main, and Moody, 

corner Crescent 
WOOLLEY GEORGE, Wbitford building, 363 Main (see 

page 8) 



Boots and Shoes. 

Burke John E. & Co., 59 Moody 
Derbyshire & Farnsworth, 71 Moody 
Gleason L. P., Main, corner Lexington 
Guinan William, 373 Main, corner Common 
Martha Michael, Charles, near Mechanic 
Rooney & Lanagan, Donahoe's block, Main 
Warren Isaac & Son, 349 Main 
Warren Rufus, 313 Main 



Boot and Shoe Makers and Bepairers, 

Amrock James, Calvary street crossing 

Carroll John C, Calvary, corner Cedar 

Gushing S. N., Clematis Brook station, Beaver 

Flood Patrick, Church, near Main 

Gilson L., basement 111 Moody 

Guinan William, 373 Main, corner Common 

Hitchings William, Main, corner Lexington 

Kelly Martin R., Bacon street crossing 

King M., Elm, near F. R. R. 

McKenna P., 21 Middle 

Murtha Michael, Charles, near Mechanic 

Sherman Prentiss, Crescent, near Moody 

Tinker George, basement 113 Moody 

Warren Isaac & Son, 349 Main 

Bowling Alley. 

Woodbury H. C, Moody, opp. River 

Box Manufacturers. 

BUTTRICK FRANCIS (packing), Felton (see p. 3) 
Parmenter Crayon Co., Pine, near Moody 






WALTHAM BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 157 

Bricks. 

FROST G. FRANK, Moody, cor. F. R. R. (see p. 295) 
HUNNEWELL WILLIAM A., Beaver Brook station 
(see front cover) 

Builders 9 Materials. 

KENDALL F. E. & CO., 3 Rumford building, Main (see 
front cover) 

Building Mover. 

PACKARD CALEB S., 344 Main (see page 308) 

Butcher. 

Hughes James, Grove, near Willow 

Cabinet Makers. 

Bellis Matthew H., Exchange, near Main 

TUCKER AMASA, Dix block, Moody (see page 306) 

Carpenters. 

ATWOOD E. JR., Moody, n. Brown (see page 305) 

Ayers William H., Main, near Hammond 

Baker Thomas W., Main, corner Spring 

Bemis Charles W., Main, corner Grant 

Blood Otis R., Summer, near Church 

Brown John H., Cushing, near Hall 

Browne George W., 25 Pine 

Cowen Bernard B., 46 Church 

Handrahan John, Common, near School 

MARTIN L. W., Lowell, cor. Chestnut (see page 298) 

MILLER JOHN G., Main, opp. Linden (see page 305) 

MOOR E. D., Alder, near Moody (see page 305) 

Parks Marshall, rear Felton, near Mechanic 

Patrick Dexter B., East Ash 

Pratt William A., Main, near Weston 

Reed Charles A., Charles, corner Floyd 

Smith Charles C, South, near Charles 

TAYLOR GEO. D., r. Music Hall, Elm (see page 295) 

Carpet Maker. 

Bellis M. H. Mrs., Exchange, near Main 

Carpets. 

CLARK, MAYNARD & CO., Music Hall block, Elm 

(see page 5) 
GRAVES P. H. & SON., Exchange Hall, Main (see 

page 307) 



158 WALTHAM BUSINESS DIRECTOEY. 

Carpetings and Upholstery Goods. 

CLARK, MAYNARD & CO., Music Hall block, Elm 

(see page 5) 
McAllister W. H. & E., 81 Moody 

Carriage Manufacturers. 

ANDERSON BROS., Main, near Bacon (see page 297) 

Batchelder Bradford C, 8 Spruce 

Blackey J. W., Main, near Beaver brook 

FLAGG BROS., Charles, corner Harvard (see page 304) 

Winkley George W., Main, near Bacon 

Carriagesmiths . 

ANDERSON BROS., Main, near Bacon (see page 297) 

Emerson Lewis, Heard, near Main 

FLAGG BROS., Charles, cor. Harvard (see page 304) 

Carriage Trimmers. 

ANDERSON BROS., Main, near Bacon (see page 297) 
FLAGG BROS., Charles, cor. Harvard (see page 304) 
Hayes A. D., rear 275 Main 

Chalk Manufacturers. 

Parmenter Crayon Co. (crayons), Pine, near Moody 

Cigar Mamifacturer. 

Bullock A. E., Main, corner Lexington 

Connors J. W., 305 Main 

Strauch Andrew, Main, opposite Moody 

Cigars and Tobacco. 

Bullock E. A., Main, corner Lexington 

Connors Joseph W., 305 Main 

Deehan Thomas E., Church, corner Main 

Donlon Anthony, 53 Moody 

Fisher Joseph, Main, near Moody 

McWAIN C. W., 2 Rumford bldg., JMain (see page 310) 

Varney Wm. S., 43 Moody 

Welch Wm. F., Elm, opposite depot 

Civil ^Engineer. 

Parks Chas. F., Whitford building, 361 Main 






WALTHAM BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 159 

Clergymen. 

Brosnahan Timothy (Catholic), School, near Common 

Dyer Spencer O. (Methodist), 64 School 

Fales Thomas F. (Episcopal), 16 Lyman 

Farnsworth Thomas G. (IJniversalist), Central, near Elm 

Frost L. P. (Methodist), 77 Lexington 

Fullerton B. M., 3 Lyman 

Goldthwait Thomas (Baptist), Taylor, near Lowell 

Leonard M. R. (Universalist), Main, near Prospect 

Murphy John J. (Catholic), School, near Common 

Packard Isaac (Methodist), 274 Main 

Smith Benton, Moody, corner Orange 

Stratton J. V. (Baptist), 282 Main 

Worcester Benj. (Swedenborgian), Bacon, n. Lexington 

Clocks, JEtc. 
NOBLE JOHN P., 1 Eagle block, Main (see page 300) 
WHITFORD GEORGE H., Whitford building, 363 
Main (see page 8) 

Clothing and Gents 9 Furnishing Goods. 

(See also Tailors.) 

Bamber Asher, Prospect block, Main 

BOSTON AND WALTHAM CLOTHING CO., 2 

Eagle block, Main (see page 308) 
Marsh David S. & Son, 4 Rumford building, Main 
Murphy & Rooney, 381 Main 
Schwartz I., Main, 3d door from Lexington 

Coal, Wood and Say. 

CARNEY & SON, Calvary, n. F. R. R. (see page 306) 
EDDY C. F. & CO., 81 Moody (see front cover) 
FROST G. FRANK, Moody, cor. F. R. R. (see p. 295) 
HUNNEWELL WILLIAM A., yard Beaver Brook 
station, 164 Main, office at George Woolley's book- 
store and (13 Kilby, B.) (see front cover) 

Coffins and Caskets. 

GOODNOW WILLIAM & SON, 284 Main (see p. 299) 
Reade , Common, near Main 

Commissioner of Other States. 

Johnson B. B., Whitford block, Main 

Concrete Sidewalks. 
HAYS WM. W., School, opposite Grant (see page 310) 



160 WALTHAM BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Confectionery and Fruit. 

FRASER KATE M. MISS, Music Hall block, Elm (see 

page 309) 
Mackay Misses, Common, near Main 
Rasatto Joseph, Main, corner Elm 
Webster Edwin D., 285 Main 

Contractors. 

HAYS W. W., School, opposite Grant (see page 310) 
Maloy Thomas, 22 Spring 
McCusker Barney, Newton, corner Taylor 
Mulvihill Martin, John, head of Flood 

Cordage. 

KENDALL F. E. & CO., 3 Rumford building, Main 
(see front cover) 

Corsets and Ladies Underwear. 

CLARK, MAYNARD & CO., Music Hall block, Elm 

(see page 5) 
DESHON F. C. & CO., 12 Elm (see page 4) 
FOLSOM GEORGE C, 105 Moody (see page 7) 

Cracker Dealer. 

JAMES A., 82 Moody (see page 301) 

Crockery and Glassware. 

FIEL GEORGE T., 411 Main (see page 296) 
NORTHUP & WARDEN, 72 Moody 
PRIEST H. E., 353 Main (see page 296) 

Cutlery 9 etc. 

KENDALL F. E. & CO., 3 Rumford building, Main 

(see front cover) 
PRIEST H. E., 353 Main (see page 296) 
WOOLLEY GEORGE, Whitford block, 363 Main (see 

page 8) 

Dentists. 

HAMLIN E. L., 361 Main, room l,up stairs (see p. 300) 

Johnson N. D., 14 Chestnut 

Papineau Augustus, Central block, Main, up stairs 

Sherman John M., Common, near Main 

Starbuck E. P., room 7, Central block, Main, up stairs 



WALTHAM BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 161 

TEMPLE T. W., Music Hall block, Elm (see back 

cover) 
Wells Frank E., Connelly block, 57 Moody 

Dial Manufacturer. 

Wetherbee Edwin D., Moody, near Crescent 

Dressmakers . 

Alexander P. D. Mrs., 11 Central 
Allen Mary J., Grove, near Willow- 
Anderson Kate S., Crescent, corner Walnut 
Campbell S. C. Miss, 5 Gordon 
Conniff Mary A. Miss, Main, near Heard 
Conrad Annie E. Mrs., rear 109 Moody 
Foster Lucinda H. Miss, 16 Liberty 
Harrington M. E., School, corner Exchange 
Heasley Katie F. Miss, Cedar, near Oak 
Heasley Mary A. Miss, Cedar, near Oak 
Lee Mary F., room 2 Eagle block, Main 
Lord Cora Miss, Moody, corner Spruce 
Lowell W. F. Mrs., 72 Ash 
McBride Mary Mrs., Charles, opposite Grant 
Monroe A. T. Mrs., Chestnut, near Hall 
Mudgett Anna M., Main, near Cross 
Myshrall Matilda Mrs., Main, near Spring 
Pettengill Elizabeth, High, near Lowell 
Platts Lucy, Floyd, corner Russell 
Reed Minnie M. Mrs., 355 Main 
Ring H. L. Miss, 37 Crescent 
Rogers F. W. Mrs., Charles, near Prospect 
Smith Ann Elizabeth Miss, Main, opp. Central House 
Tuttle Nora Miss, Pine, corner Gardner 
Wellington E. A. Miss, 11 Cushing 
White M. J. Mrs., Pine, opposite Hall 
Whitten Mary A., Alder, near Moody 
Whitney S. J. Mrs., 13 Union 
Williams M. L. Mrs., Oak, near Acorn 

Drugs and Medicines. 

HALL HENRY C.,Moody,cor. Crescent (see front cover) 

Dry Goods. 

CLARK, MAYNARD & CO., Musie Hall block, Elm 

(see page 5) 
DESHON F. C. & CO., 12 Elm (see page 4) 
Follett J. W., 291 Main 



162 WALTHAM BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Dry Goods — Continued. 

FOLSOM GEORGE C, Moody, corner Spruce (see p. 7) 

Milton Edwin T., Moody, near Spruce 

Riley Lawrence & Co., 265 Main 

Smith O. A. & Co., Whitford building, 359 Main 

Stratton Thomas D., Whitford block, Main 

Dye Souses. 

WALTHAM DYE HOUSE, F. A. Wilson, proprietor, 
9 Church (see page 301) 

Emery, Crocus, Corundum Cloth and 
Wheel Manufacturer. 

Sibley Freeman K., Moody, corner Cushing 

JEmery Wheel Manufacturers. 

Sibley F. K., Moody, corner Cushing 
Waltham Emery Wheel Co., 60 Felton 

Engine Builder. 

SHEDD GEORGE F., Lexington, n. Beaver (see p. 297) 

Expresses. 

Delano & Co.. 309 Main, and (91 Kilby and 36 Court, sq., 

Boston) 
GIBBS & CO., 9 Church, near Main and (105 Arch, 34 

Court sq., and 25 Merchants Row, B.) (see p. 296) 
Hoyt Andrew J., 17 Cushing 

Pendexter George H., 42 School, P. O., and depot 
WEEKS & CO:, 3 Lexington, near Main," offices (174 

Washington and 15 Devonshire, B.) (see page 304) 

Extract Manufacturer. 

Stowell Henry C, Robbins, near Adams 

Fancy Goods. 

Chapin E. M. Mrs., 275 Main 

Donovan Annie M., 309 Main 

FISHER W. L. & CO., Main, cor. Church (see page 303) 

Kelly Ella B. Mrs., Common, near Main 

McGurn Ellen Miss, 309 Main 

Mead J. W. Mrs., 16 Elm 

Morgan F. J. & W. H., 246 Main 

Walsh Walter T., Common, near Main 



WALTHAM BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 163 

Waltham Variety Store, 246 Main 

Williams M. L. Mrs., Oak, near Acorn 

WOOLLEY GEORGE, Whitford building, 363 Main 

(see page 8) 
Wright Almon, Smyth's block. Moody 

Fish and Oysters. 

Caswell Henry A., Main, opposite Moody 

Childs T. W., 8 Church 

Hadley & Phelps, 80 Moody 

Young E. M., 5 Lexington, near Main 

Florists. 

Bemis Royal, 6 Maple, near Moody 
O'Toole James, Prospect, near Charles 
Warren H. F., Summer, near Church 

Flour and Grain. 

Cushing J. & Co., Moody, next F. R. R. 
NORTHUP & WARDEN, 72 Moody 
Pope & Viles, 238 Main, near Elm 
PRIEST H. E., 353 Main (see page 296) 

Furnace Manufacturer. 

Wetherbee Josiah, 38 Central 

Furniture. 

Beatty & Robinson, Prospect block, Main 

GOODNOW WILLIAM & SON (Crosby Invalid Bed), 

284 Main (see page 299) 
GRAVES P. H. & SON, Exchange Hall, Main (see 

page 307) 

Gas Light Company. 

Waltham Gas Light Co., office Central block, Main, Geo. 
A. Stearns, Treas., William Tarbell, Supt. 

Gas Fitters. 

HALL CHAS. JR., 78 Moody (see page 5) 
KNAPP W. B., 240 Main (see page 4) 
TROFATTER CHARLES H., basement 111 Moody 
(see page 298) 

Gents 9 Furnishing Goods. 

{See Clothing.) 



164 WALTHAM BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Glass Ware. 

FIEL GEORGE T., 411 Main (see page 296) 

Glass and Putty. 

KENDALL F. E. & CO., 3 Ruraford building, Main (see 
front cover) 

Grain Elevator. 

Pope & Viles, Felton, near Moody 

Granite Dealer and Worker. 

GILL ROBERT M., Newton, opp. Pine (seepage 306)' 

Grocers. 

Boston Branch Grocery, F. J. Perkins, Prospect blk.,Main 

Clark W. W. & Son, Main, near Moody 

Clasby D. J., Charles, corner Fountain 

Connelly M. T., 41 Charles 

Corcoran Bryan, River, opposite the bleachery 

Donlan Andrew, School, nearly opposite Spring 

Foster M. S. & Son, Main, corner Linden 

Glidden J. & Son, Moody, near Spruce 

Greeley M., rear 123 School 

Harrington H. P., 3 Eagle block, Main 

Hennelly Thomas, River, near the bleachery , 

Kingsley Patrick, Felton, near South Harvard 

Leary Patrick, Charles, near Williams 

Leary Timothy, Charles, near Fountain 

Manning Patrick, School, opposite Spring 

McAllister Alexander F., 98 School 

McCullow Alexander, Spring, corner Middle 

McEneany P., Charles, near Water 

McWain William D., 2 Central block, Main 

Mullen Catherine, Oak, opposite Acorn 

NORTHUP & WARDEN, 72 Moody 

O'Brien & Halloran, Cedar, corner Oak 

Pope Daniel E. & Son, 311 Main 

PRIEST H. E., 353 Main (see page 296) 

Rankins Perry, Lexington, near Main 

Rhodes James, Felton, opposite Fountain 

Sherman & Locke, Main, corner Spring 

Shiels Martin, Willow, opposite Foundry avenue 

Taylor L. C, Main, corner Lyman 

Wall Patrick, Oak, corner Cedar 

Whitney & Edes, 113 Moody 



WALTHAM BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 165 

Hack and Livery Stables. 

Caswell William J., 28 Lexington, order slate Main, cor. 

Elm, and south side Post-office 
Cheney J. A., Church, near Main 
Kendall Levi J., 15 Crescent, near Moody 
Mooney Patrick, Central, near Newton 

Hair for Plastering. 

FROST G. FRANK, Moody, cor. F. R. R. (see p. 295) 
HUNNEWELL WILLIAM A., Beaver Brook (see 
front cover) 

Hairdressers . 
Amrock Edward E., Eagle block, Main 
Bold M. S. Miss (ladies), 307 Main 
Burroughs S. R., Moody, opposite Gordon 
Finnegan's Hair Dressing Room, n. Waltham Bank, Main 
Finnegan Joseph P., 301 Main 
Hemenway W. F., Moody, near Crescent 
Parker E. L., 373 Main 
Ryan Charles H., Main, corner Elm 
Webber Daniel M., 117 Moody 

Hair Goods. 

Bassett Elizabeth Mrs., 285 Main 

Hair Spring Manufacturer. 

Logan John, Vernon, near Prospect 

Hardware. 

KENDALL F. E. & CO., 3 Rumford building, Main 

(see front cover) 
Richardson E. M., Goodnow block, 286 Main 

Harness Makers. 

Gardner Frank, Main, opposite Newton 

Holbrook T. K., 383 Main 

Kingsbury J., 80 Moody 

RING CHARLES W., 303 Main (see back cover) 

VARNUM EDWARD P., 281 Main (see page 305) 

Hats, Caps and Furs. 

BOSTON & WALTHAM CLOTHING CO., 2 Eagle 

block, Main (see page 308) 
Peck Charles, 287 Main 
Schwartz I., Main, 3d door from Lexington 



166 WALTHAM BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Hay and Straw. 

FROST G. FRANK, Moody, cor. F. R. R. (see p. 295) 
HUNNEWELL WILLIAM A., Beaver Brook (see 
front cover) 

Horse Clothing. 

RING CHARLES W., 303 Main (see back cover) 
VARNUM EDWARD P., 281 Main (see page 305) 

Morse Shoers. 

Daniels J. & Son, Main, opposite Central House 
Donahue John, Fountain 

GREEN JOHN A., Moody, near Cushing (see p. 305) 
McDonald Hugh, rear Main, near Central House 

Hosiery, Gloves, Etc. 
CLARK, MAYNARD & CO., Music hall block. Elm 

(see page 5) 
DESHON F. C. & CO., 12 Elm (see page 4) 
FOLSOM GEORGE C, 105 Moody (see page 7) 

Hosiery Manufacturers. 

Caunt John, Felton, opposite Fountain 
Tomlin Alfred, Felton, opposite Fountain 

Hotels. 

Central House, George H. Cushman, proprietor, Main, 

corner Exchange 
PROSPECT HOUSE, W. J. Richardson, proprietor, 

Main, opposite Prospect (see page 298) 
Sanderson House, George O. Sanderson, manager, 13 

and 15 Lexington 

Hulled Corn. 

Maynard A. D., 346 Main 

Ice Cream. 

FRASER KATE M. MISS, Music hall block, Elm (see 

page 309) 
Waltham Ice Cream Co., 346 Main 

Ice Dealers. 
PACKARD C. S., 344 Main (see page 308) 
Peterson William E., off Felton, near F. R. R. 
Totten John, Bacon, near School 

Incubator Manufacturers. 

Caldwell Bros., Main, near Weston 



WALTHAM BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 167 

Insurance Agents. 

Stone C. F., 1 Central block, Main 
Stone F. M., 1 Central block, up-stairs, Main 
Thompson George M., 312 Main, and (66 State, B.) 
VILES DANIEL F., Bank building, up-stairs, Main (see 

page 314) 
Williams D. W., Adams building, Main 

Iron and Brass Founders. 

Brown Rufus G. & Co., Felton, corner Water (26 Charles- 
town, B.) 
DAVIS & FARNUM MNFG. CO., Foundry avenue, 
> near Bleachery station (228 Washington, B.), (see 
page 308) 

Jewelers. 
NOBLE JOHN P., 1 Eagle block, Main (see page 300) 
WHITFORD GEO. H.,Whitford building, 363 Main (see 
page 8) 

Jig Sawing and Turning. 

TUCKER AM ASA, Dix block, Moody (see page 306) 
WHITNEY CHAS. A., r. Music hall, Elm (see p. 295) 

Junk Dealers. 

Gorman John, rear School, nearly opposite Spring 
O'Brien Pierce jr., Fountain, near Charles 

Kalsomine and Alabastine. 

KENDALL F. E. & CO., 3 Rumford building, Main (see 
front cover) 

Kitchen Furnishing Goods. 

FIELGEO. T., 411 Main (see page 296) 
HALL CHARLES JR., 78 Moody (see page 5) 
STICKNEY & SON, 389 Main (see page 297) 

laces, Trimmings, Etc. 

CLARK, MAYNARD& CO., Music hall block, Elm (see 

page 5) 
DESHON F. C. & CO., 12 Elm (see page 4) 
FOLSOM GEORGE C, 105 Moody (see page 7) 

Ladies 9 and Gents 9 Furnishing Goods. 

CLARK, MAYNARD & CO., Music hall block, Main 

(see page 5) 
DESHON F. C. & CO., 12 Elm (see page 4) 
FOLSOM GEORGE C, 105 Moody (see page 7) 



168 WALTHAM BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Lathe Manufacturers. 

AMERICAN WATCH TOOL CO., Benefit (see p. 7) 
Hopkins Watch Tool Co., C. Hopkins, manager, Felton 
SHEDD GEO. F., Lexington, near Beaver (see p. 297) 
STARK JOHN, Moody, near Cushing (see page 300) 
WALTHAM WATCH TOOL CO., Moody, near Cush- 
ing (see page 300) 

Laundries. 

WALTHAM STEAM LAUNDRY, Thorp & Rogers, 

proprietors, Crescent, near Moody (see back cover) 
Wetherbee Warren, 45 Moody, near Crescent 

Lawyers. 

Allin Horatio N., 307 Main 

Eaton & Reed, Whitford building, 361 Main 

French Daniel, 6 Central block, up-stairs, Main 

Graham James W., Main, corner Church 

Harrington E. A., Whitford building, 361 Main, room 3, 

up-stairs 
Johnson & Haynes, Whitford block, Main 
Lathrop A. J., room 6, Eagle block, Main 
Loring Edward p., 355 Main, room 2, up-stairs 
Luce En os T., room 6, Eagle block, Main 
Stark Robert M., room 2, Central block, Main, upstairs 
Stone F. M. & C. F. } room 1, Central block, Main 

Lead Pipe and Sheet Lead. 

KENDALL F. E. & CO., 3 Rumford building, Main (see 
front cover) 

Libraries (Circulating). 

Bradford & Williams, 1 Central block, Main, and Moody, 

corner Crescent 
Waltham Public Library, Moody, corner Charles 

Lightning Mods. 

Galbraith John, 2 Liberty 

Lime, Hair, Cement, Etc. 

FROST G. FRANK, Moody, cor. F. R. R. (see p. 295) 
HUNNEWELL WM. A., Beaver Brook station (see 
front cover) 

Lumber. 

BUTTRICK FRANCIS, Felton, n. Mechanic (see p. 3) 
Leatherbee Wm. H. & Son, Beaver Brook , Main 



WALTHAM BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 169 

Machinists. 

Hobbs Geo. E., Felton, opposite Fountain 
SHEDD GEO. F., Lexington, near Beaver (see p. 297) 
WALTHAM WATCH TOOL CO., Moody, cor. Cush- 
ing (see page 300) 

Manufacturing Companies. 

American Watch Co., Crescent (Boston office, 405 Wash- 
ington), R. E. Robbins, treasurer 

AMERICAN WATCH TOOL CO., Benefit, near F. R. 
R. (see page 7) 

BOSTON MANUFACTURING CO. (cotton cloth and 
hosiery), M. U. Adams, agent, River, near Moody, 
E. Dwight, treas. (60 State, Boston) (see page 302) 

DAVIS & FARNUM MNFG. CO. (iron founders), 
Foundry avenue (office, 228 Washington, Boston) 
(see page 308) 

Ellis Manufacturing Co. (skirt and stocking supporters), 
rear 238 Main 

WALTHAM BLEACHERY AND DYE WORKS 
(bleaching and dyeing cotton), C. H. Mann, agent, 
River, opp. Willow, E. Dwight, treas. (60 State, B.) 
(see page 302) 

Warren Hose Supporter Co., 3 Central block, and (287 
Devonshire, Boston) 

Marble Worker. 

Hassett Wm. F., Exchange Hall, Main 

Masons. 

Lawrence J. B., Alder, near Beech 
Morris L., Charles, near Prospect 
O'Brien James P., East Ash 
Olcott John E., 20 Cross 
Olcott John H., 20 Cross 
Peabody John, 74 Lexington 
Ryan Philip, School, near Bacon 

Milkmen. 

Brown Fred S., Winter, near West 
Brown Waldo, South, near railroad crossing 
Bunnell Eugene W., Bacon, corner Dale 
Castner Sanford B., North, near Lexington line 
Childs Melvin L., Lexington, near Bacon 
Childs Wm. G., Lexington, near Curve 
Cutting Joseph, Main, above Weston 



170 WALTHAM BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Milkmen — Continued. 

Greene Samuel, 19 Crescent 
Harrington Geo. B., South, near F. R. R. 
Jameson A., North, near Lexington line 
Jones Dexter F., Main, near Weston 
Kendall Charles E., Grant, near Main 
Norris John Elbert, Bacon, corner Dale 
Peabody E. TV, Pond, near Exchange 
Peabody H. W., Lexington, near School 
Quirk Patrick, River, near Willow 
Ryan Albert M., Hammond, near Main* 
Ryan Samuel L., 46 Central . 
Sherman Asahel, 63 Adams, near Robbins 
Sherman Newton, 63 Adams 
Stearns Andrew W., Prospect 
Stearns John W., 39 Crescent 
Stone H. L., Main, above Weston 
Viles Nathan A., 336 Main 
Warren Geo. E., 7 Prospect 
Warren Isaac F., 116 Charles 
Wellington Theodore, 91 Lexington 
Wyman Reuben A., Bacon, near Dale 
Wyman Wm., Bacon, near Dale 

Millers. 

Pope & Viles, Felton, near Moody 

Millinery. 

Brown Belle E. Mrs., 107 Moody 

Daley Rose A. M., 14 Elm 

Frothingham C. J. Mrs., 293 Main 

Halleran Mary E. Miss, 75 Moody 

Hayden Misses, 287 Main 

Jones Edith L. Miss, 307 Main 

Macurdy J. W., 277 Main 

McGurn Ellen Miss, 285 Main 

Mead J. W. Mrs., 16 Elm / 

Ross E. Mrs., 289 Main 

Turner Isabella W. Miss, 3 Adams 

Musical Instruments. 

WARREN GEORGIA A., 3 Central block, Main (see 
page 302) 

Music Store. 
Colby James W., 109 Moody 

WARREN GEORGIA A., 3 Central block, Main (see 
page 302) 



WALTHAM BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 171 

Newspapers and Periodicals. 

Bradford & Williams, Central block, Main, and south side 

post-office 
FISHER W. L. & CO., Main, corner Church (see p. 303) 
IT ALL H. C, Moody, corner Crescent (see front cover) 
WOOLLEY GEORGE, Whitford building, 363 Main 

(see page 8) 

Newsp ap ers . 

WALTHAM FREE PRESS, Nathaniel G. Phinney, 
publisher, rear 238 Main (see page 295) 

WALTHAM RECORD, Ephraim L. Barry, publisher, 
244 Main (see page 303) 



Notaries Public. 

Johnson B. B., Whitford block, Main 
Luce E. T., Main, corner Common 
Stone C. F., room 1, Central block, Main 
Stone F. M., room 1, Central block, Main 



Nurseryman . 
Warren H. F., Summer, near Church 

Nurses. 

Abbott L. M. Mrs., Taylor, near Moody 
Bridges Caroline C. Mrs., 19 Exchange 
Conner Sarah A. Mrs., Prospect place 
McClary Mary P., Charles, opposite Floyd 
Sanford O. R. Mrs., 27 Adams 
Spear Syren a D., boards N. E. Patridge's, Cherry 

Oil Can Manufacturer. 

Roddick Thomas, Benefit, near Newton 

Painters (House and Sign). 

Chapin G. H., Bacon, corner School 

KILBURN J. H., High, near Newton (see page 300) 

Kimball A. D., Charles, opposite Floyd 

King James, Felton, corner Williams 

LANE & POOLE, 12 Elm (see page 301) 

Wentworth Benjamin W., Main, corner Prospect 

WHELON JOHN II., Spring, near Main (see page 301) 



172 WALTHAM BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Painters (Carriage). 

ANDERSON BROTHERS, Main, n. Bacon (see p. 297) 
FLAGG BROTHERS, Charles, cor. Harvard (see p. 304) 



Paints, Oils, and Glass. 

KENDALL F. E. & CO., 3 Rumford building, Main (see 

front cover) 
LANE & POOLE, 12 Elm (see page 201) 
Richardson E. M., Goodnow's block, 286 Main 



Paper Sanger s. 

Hall Herbert W., Hall, near Taylor 
Hutchinson George M., 2 Park place 
Merriam H. G. R., Mechanic, near Charles 
WHELON JOHN H., Spring, near Main (see p. 301) 
Wright Almon, Smyth's block, Moody 

Paper Hangings. 

Bradford & Williams, Central block, Main and South 

side post-office. 
WOOLLEY GEORGE, Whitford building, 363 Main 

(see page 8) 
Wright Almon, Smyth's block, Moody 

Paper Manufacturers. 

Roberts John & Son, South, near Roberts crossing, and 
(91 Federal, B.) 

Paper Patterns (JButterick). 

WARREN GEORGIA A., 3 Central block, Main (see 
page 302) 

Patent Medicines. 

HALL HENRY C, Moody, corner Crescent (see front 
cover) 

Pattern Makers. 

TUCKER AMASA, Dix block, Moody (see p. 306) 
WHITNEY CHARLES A., rear Music Hall, Elm (see 
page 295) 



WALTHAM BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 173 

' Photographers. 

NORTH F. E., Whitford block, Main (see page 300) 
Pierce Andrew J., 65 Moody 

WEBSTER WM. A., Moody, corner Crescent (see 
front cover) 

Physicians. 

Adams Benj. F. D., Lyman, opposite School 

Cutler E. R., Main, opposite Spring 

Foster Frank A., Crescent, near Moody 

Hall Irving S. (homeopathic), 9 Moody 

Hutchinson C. W., 5 Pine 

Jarvis Wm. F., 26 Maple 

Kittredge F. R. C, 435 Main 

McCormick C. J., Common," near School 

Metcalf Emily Miss (homeopathic), 276 Main 

Porter Omer P., River, near Willow 

Swallow Edward E., Main, opposite Liberty 

THERRIEN J., room 21, Central blk., Main (see p. 307) 

Warren Royal S., Main, near Lyman 

Willis John W., Main, opposite Liberty 

Worcester Edward, 7 Moody 

Pianos and Organs. 

WARREN GEORGIA A., 3 Central block, Main (see 
page 302) 

Picture Frame Manufacturers. 

TUCKER AMASA, 43 Moody (see page 306) 

Picture Frames. 

McAllister W. H. & E., 81 Moody 
WOOLLEY GEORGE, 363 Main (see page 8) 

Planing Mill. 

BUTTRICK FRANCIS, Felton, near Mechanic (see 

page 3) 
WHITNEY CHARLES A., rear Music Hall, Elm (see 

page 295) 

Plumbers. 

HALL CHARLES JR., 78 Moody, corner Crescent (see 
page 5) 



174 WALTHAM BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Plumbers— Continued. 

KNAPP W. B., 240 Main (see page 4) 

Stearns Watson, Stearns & Orehore building, Main 

TROFATTER C. H., Ill Moody (see page 298) 



Printers. 

BAKER EDWARD D., Moody, near Walnut 
BARRY E. L., 244 Main (see page 303) 
PHINNEY NATHANIKL G., rear 238 Main (see p. 295) 
Varney William S., 43 Moody 



Provisions. 

Curtis W. S. & Co., Exchange market, Main 

Cutter J. D., 351 Main 

Eaton Brothers, Moody, corner Taylor 

HIGGINS ALBERT, 4 Elm (see page 307) 

Hughes Thomas F., Oak, near Cedar 

McPARLAND & CO., Dix block, Moody (see page 301) 

RICE CALVIN, 1 Lexington (see page 306) 

RUMFORD MARKET,^Rand & Dutch, props., Lexing- 
ton, near Main (see page 299) 

Spaulding H. C, Main, corner Common 

TAYLOR JAMES M., Hall's block, Moody, corner Gor- 
don (see page 4) 

Tower Frank E., 397 Main 

Tracy Edward, Charles, near Grant 



1 Publishers. 

BARRY E. L. (The Waltham Record), 244 Main (see 

page 303^ 
PHINNEY NATHANIEL G. (Waltham Free Press,) 

rear 238 Main (see page 295) 



Meal Estate Agents. 

Smith Sylvanus W., 355 Main, room 2, up stairs 
Tolman B. S., Central block, Main 

WALTHAM REAL ESTATE AGENCY, E. A. Har- 
rington and C. F. Parks, 361 Main (see page 299) 
Williams Daniel W., Adams building, Main, cor. Church 



WALTHAM BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 175 

Restaurants. 

Cox Thomns, Common, corner Main 

Denecke Charles, Prospect block, Main 

Field Geo. K., Common, corner Main 

Harvey Charles J., 409 Main 

Murphy P. B., 407 Main 

Sanderson C. F., 67 Moody 

Welsh William F., Elm, opposite the depot 

Sawing and Turning. 

TUCKER AMASA, 43 Moody (see page 306) 
WHITNEY CHARLES A., rear Music Hall, Elm (see 
page 295) 

School^ Books. 

FISHER W. L. & CO., Main, cor. Church (see p. 303) 
WOOLLEY GEORGE, 363 Main (see page 8) 

School Souse Furniture. 

WHITCOMB A. G., 73 Fulton, Boston (see page 317) 

Settees. 
WHITCOMB A. G., 73 Fulton, Boston (see page 317) 

Sewing Machines. 

Clough Benj. F. (Davis), 14 Prospect 
Singer Manufacturing Co., Geo. H. Lake, agt., 297 Main 
Smith O. A. & Co. (White/, Whitford bldg., 359 Main 
Walker John W. (Wheeler & Wilson), 87 Moody 
WARREN GEORGIA A., 3 Central block, Main (see 
page 302) 

Silver Ware. 

NOBLE JOHN P., 1 Eagle block, Main (see pa^e 300) 
WHITFORD GEO. H., Whitford building, 363 xMaiu 
(see page 8) 

Small Wares. 

CLARK, MAYNARD & CO., Music Hall block, Elm 

(see page 5) 
DESHON F. C. & CO., 12 Elm (see page 4) 
FOLSOM GEO. C, 105 Moody (see page 7) 



176 WALTHAM BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Soda and Mineral Water Mnfrs* 

Harvey J. J., School, opposite Spring 
Moore George B., Main, near Beaver Brook 



Stables. 

Gate William M., rear Walthara Bank, Main 
Cheney J. A., Church, near Main 
Kelley Thomas, rear Prospect block, Main 
Kendall Levi J., 15 Crescent 

PROSPECT HOUSE, Warren J. Richardson, proprie 
tor, Main, opposite Prospect (see page 298) 



Steam Heating Engineers and Apparatus* 

Brown Rufus G. & Co., Felton, corner Water(26 Charles 
town, B.) 

Steam and Gas Fitters. 

HALL CHAS. JR., 78 Moody (see page 5) 
KNAPP W. B., 240 Main (see page 4) 
Stearns Watson, Stearns & Crehore building, Main. 
TROFATTER C. H., basement 111 Moody (see p. 298) 



Stocking Supporter Manufacturer. 

Ellis Manufacturing Co., rear 238 Main 

Stone Worker. 

GILL ROBERT M., Newton, n. F. R. R. (see page 306) 



Stoves, Furnaces, Ftc. 

HALL CHAS. JR., 78 Moody (see page 5) 
KNAPP W. B., 240 Main (see pages 4 and 6) 
STICKNEY R. & SON, 389 Main (see page 297) 



Surveyor. 

PARKS CHARLES F., Whitford's building, 361 Main 
(see page 299) 






WALTHAM BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 177 

Tailors. 

Bamber Asher, Prospect block, Main 

Barton Thomas J., Whitford building, 361 Main 

Cassidy John A., 355 Main, room 3, up stairs 

Connor Edward, 1 Eagle block, Main 

Delany James, Hall, corner Taylor 

Gillen Andrew, rear 343 Main 

McClure John E., 87 Moody 

Ryan Daniel R., Main, corner Lexington 



Tea, Coffee and Spices. 

McBride D. P., U. P. Tea Co., 269 Main 
NORTHUP & WARDEN, 72 Moody 
PRIEST H. E., 353 Main (see page 296) 



Teacher (Elocution). 

Bamber Golde, Russell 

Teacher (Languages), 

Munster Josie Miss, 18 Elm 

Teachers (Music). 

Barker William A., 32 Adams 
Colby James W., 93 Moody 
Curtis Emma H., 14 Harvard 
Leslie E. J. Mrs., 12 Taylor 
Monroe Daisy J. Miss, Chestnut 
Munster Josie Miss, 18 Elm 
Reed Clarence E., 36 Adams 



Teachers (Private Schools). 

Bill Mary E. Mrs. (kindergarten), opp. Bamber's blk., Main 
Moore Georgena Miss, 240 Main 
Worcester Benj., Lexington 



Teamsters* 

Letourneau James, 18 Lexington 
Tay Henry, 306 Main 



178 WALTHAM BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Telegraph Office. 

Western Union Telegraph, Miss M. A. Newton, oper- 
ator, Waltham depot 

Telephone Exchange. 

Bradford & Williams, Central block, Main 

Ticket Agent. 

Tebbetts Clarence, Central block, Main 



Tinsmiths. 

HALL CHAS. JR., 78 Moody (see, page 5) 
KNAPP W. B., 240 Main (see page 4) 
STICKNEJY R. & SON, 389 Main (see page 297) 



Toilet Articles. 

HALL H. C, Moody, corner Crescent (see front cover) 

Undertakers. 

GOODNOW WILLIAM & SON, 284 Main (see p. 299) 
Reade , Common, near Main 

as 

Upholsterers. 

Bellis Mathew H., Exchange, near Main 

Moore Bros., Whitford block, Main, cor. Lexington 

Valve Manufacturers. 

DAVIS & FARNUM MNFG. CO., Foundry avenue, 
near bleachery station (228 Washington, B.), (see 
page 308) 



Varnish Dealers. 

KENDALL F. E. & CO., 3 Rumford building, Main (see 
front cover) 



Veterinary Surgeon. 

Byrne Charles, J. E. Tolman's stable, Moody 



WALTHAM BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 179 

Watchmakers and Repairers. 

NOBLE J. P., 1 Eagle block, Main (see page 300) 
Palmer D. D., Spruce, corner Crescent 
WHITFORD GEORGE H., Whitford building, 363 
Main (see page 8) 



Watchmakers' Tools. 

AMERICAN WATCH TOOL CO., Benefit, east of F. 

R. R. (Watertown branch) (see page 7) 
Hopkins Watch Tool Co., Felton, opposite Fountain 
STARK JOHN, Moody, cor. Chestnut (see page 300) 
WALTHAM WATCH TOOL CO., Moody, corner 

Cushing (see page 300) 



Watch Manufactories. 

American Watch Co., R. E. Robbins, treasurer, Crescent, 

near Adams office (405 Washington, B.) 
Palmer Dolphus D., Spruce, corner Crescent 



Watches, Jewelry, Etc. 

Bold John, 307 Main 
Bruce E. A., 3 Central block, Main 
NOBLE J. P., 1 Eagle block, Main (see page 300) 
Tebbets Clarence, Central block, Main 
WHITFORD GEORGE H., Whitford building, 363 
Main (see page 8) 



Weather Vane Manufacturers, 

Cushing L. W. & Sons, Moody, corner F. R. R. 



Wheelwrights. 

Loux Joseph, Main, corner Prospect 

McKernell James, Water 

Ohnemus Andrew, Spring, near Main 



Window Screen Manufacturers, 

McAllister W. H. & E., 81 Moody 



180 WALTHAM BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Wood Dealer. 

Belliveau A. J., Sun, near Ferren 



Wood Turning. 

Jackson Ralph T., Newton, opp. Taylor 
TUCKER AMASA, 43 Moody (see'page 306) 
WHITNEY CHARLES A., rear Music Hall, Elm (see 
page 295) 



Wooden Ware. 

KENDALL F. E. & CO., 3 Rumford building, Main (see 
front cover) 



Worsted, Yams, JEte. 

CLARK, MAYNARD & CO., Music Hall block, Elm 

(see page 5) 
DESHON F. C. & CO., 12 Elm (see page 4) 
FOLSOM GEO. C, 105 Moody (see page 7) 



WALTHAM DIRECTORY. 



181 



OFFICERS OF THE TOWN OF WALTHAM. 




FOE THE TEARS 1882-3. 



Town Election First Monday in March, 

Selectmen, Overseers of the Poor and Highway /Sur- 
veyors — Charles H. Emerson, Francis Buttrick, Timothy 
Leary, L. S. Foster, Henry C. Hall. 

Assessors — Edward Jones, Chas. Harrington, Michael 
T. Connelly. 

Town Clerk and Collector of Taxes — D. F. Viles. 

Treasurer — John S. Williams. 

Auditor — Joseph F. Gibbs. 

School Committee — John W. Willis, Emory W. Lane, 
Elizabeth Stone, Enos T. Luce, Marlon R. Leonard, An- 
drew J. Lathrops. 

Superintendent of Schools — John T. Prince. 

Directors Public Library — T. J. Barton, Nathan War- 
ren, Luman N. Hall, B. A. Buckley, Charles F. Parks, 
Eliot A. Harrington, John T. Prince, Arthur P. Smith. 

Constables — Nathaniel A. Moody, James H. McKenna, 
John G. Miller, B. S. Tolman, James J. Bryant, John P. 
Lincoln. 

Police Officers — Nathaniel A. Moody, James H. Mc- 
Kenna, J. J. Bryant, L. H. Stanley, A. S. Wilder, Win. 
H. Bent. 



182 WALTHAM DIRECTORY. 

Trustees Mi. Feake Cemetery — Samuel O. Upham, 
Horatio Moore, William Roberts, B. F. D. Adams, Fred- 
erick M. Stone. 

Trustees Grove Hill Cemetery — John R. Farnum, Chas. 
Dix, S. Payson Emerson. 

Water Commissioners — Charles H. Emerson, Charles 
F. Parks, G. Frank Frost. 

Surveyors of Lumber — Vacant. 

Board of Health— Br. B. F. D. Adams, Dr. Edward 
R. Cutler, Charles F. Stone, William R. Wells, James B. 
Goodwin. 

Measurers of Bark and Wood — William W. Clark, C. 
J. Olney. 

Field Drivers — Francis C. Smith, M. J. Mullaney. 

Fence Viewers — Peter R. Brady, W. H. Anderson, 
Charles P. Bond, Edward P. Smith. 

Public Weighers— Fred. P. Rutter, W. W. Clark, C. 
S. Packard, Thomas Carney, Frank H. Brown. 

Sealer of Weights and Measures— -N ath'l A. Moody. 

Engineers Fire Department — Charles F. Parks, Chief 
Charles A. Hall, Clerk, Frank H. Eaton, F. C. Hodgdon, 
Robert Johnson. 

Keeper Town Scales — William W. Clark. 



SECOND DISTRICT COURT OF EASTERN MID- 
DLESEX. 

Established June 1st, 1882. 

District — Waltham, Watertown, and W^eston. 

Court room in Eagle block. Sessions held every day 
at 2 p.m. for criminal business, and every Saturday at 
9 a.m. for civil business. 

Justice — En os T. Luce. 

Special Justices — Henry S. Milton, Samuel P. Abbott. 



FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

Charles H. Parks, Chief Engineer; Charles A. Hall, 
Frank H. Eaton, F. C. Hodgdon, Robert Johnson, Assis- 
tants; Charles A. Hall, Clerk. Office, Spruce street. 

Fire Police. — Watson Stearns, Captain; A. M. Jack- 
son, C. S. Packard, John E. Glidden, Morton Hadley, 
Jarvis Emerson. 



WALTHAM DIRECTORY. 183 

WALTHAM STEAMER NO. 1. 

Spruce street. 
A. J. Jackson, Foreman; W. D. Newland, Assistant; 
M. W. Eaton, Clerk. 

INDEPENDENT HOSE CO., NO. 1. 
Willow, near River street. 
E. A. Emerson, Foreman; C. C. Morgan, Assistant; 
W. H. Dinsmore, Clerk; F. A. Clark, Stevmrd. 

N. P. BANKS HOSE COMPANY, NO. 2. 
Lexington street. 

Geo. H. Chapin, Foreman; Geo. H. Pendexter, Assist- 
ant; J. F. Vinal, Clerk and /Steward. 

PARKS HOSE, NO. 3. 

Spruce street. 

T. H. Holbrook, Foreman; Osgood Weymouth, As- 
sistant; E. D. Donnell, Clerk; John F. PowbslU, Steward. 

PROSPECT HOSE COMPANY, NO. 4. 

Prospect street. 

R. A. Jones, Foreman; J. L. Furbush, Assistant; W. 
E. Allen, Clerk; Ernest T. Adams, Steward. 

VETERAN HOOK AND LADDER CO., NO. 1. 

Lexington street. 

I. H. Bullard, Foreman; C. M. Wheeler, Assistant; 
S. P. Brown, Clerk; W. B. Lucas, Steward. 



FIRE ALARM TELEGRAPH. 

Established Sept. 3, 1881. 

BOX. LOCATION. 

4 Beaver street, at G. W. Lyman's. 

5 Main and Elm streets. 

14 Engine House, Spruce street. 

15 Crescent and Ash streets. 

16 Moody and Robbins streets. 

17 High and Hall streets. 

18 Newton and Oak streets. 
23 Moody and River streets. 



184 WALTHAM DIRECTORY. 

24 Charles and Fountain streets. 

25 Main and Bacon streets. 

26 Main and South streets. 

27 Stony Brook, opposite Mrs. Hemenway's. 

28 Roberts 1 Paper Mill. 

31 Pond and Exchange streets. 

32 Bacon and Dale streets. 

34 Lexington and Lincoln streets. 

35 Winter and Locust streets. 

36 Lincoln and Smith streets. 

37 North and Lexington streets. 

42 Quince and Beaver streets. 

43 Quince, near E. N. Pierce's. 
45 North and Forest streets. 

51 Main and Heard streets. 

52 Main and Linden streets. 

53 Main and Willow streets. 

54 Willow and River streets. 

SIGNALS. 

I — One blow for test at 6.50 a.m., 6.50 p.m. 

II — Two blows will dismiss companies in waiting and 
give notice that companies in service have " made up." 

Should an alarm occur from another box before this 
signal is given, companies answering second, will answer 
on first ; companies answering third, will answer second. 

Ill — Three blows, followed by the box number — sec- 
ond alarm. 

Ill — III — Three blows twice, followed by the box 
number — third alarm. 

II — II — Twenty-two- — struck at 7.30 a.m., indicates no 
session of schools in the morning; same signal at 11.45 
a.m., indicates no afternoon session. 

Instructions to key holders. 

Upon the discovery of fire, go to the nearest box, open 
the same and pull the hook down once only, then let go; 
listen if the gong in the box strikes, if not, pull again. If 
you fail the second time, go to the next nearest box and 
do the same. 

Remain at the box, if possible, after giving an alarm, to 
direct the firemen to the fire. 

Do not give an alarm for a fire seen at a distance. 

Be sure the box is closed before leaving it. 

If you remove from your house or place of business, re- 
turn the key to the Chief Engineer. 

Key holders will bear in mind that their key will be 
"trapped" when used, and will be returned to them by 
an engineer. 



WALTHAM DIRECTORY. 185 

PUBLIC SCHOOLS. 

SCHOOL COMMITTEE. 

John W. Willis, Chairman; Emory W. Lane, Record- 
ing Secretary; Mrs. John T. Prince, School Supt., 
Corresponding Secretary and Auditor; Mrs. Elizabeth 
Stone, Emory W. Lane, A. J. Lathrop, Rev. M. R. Leon- 
ard, E. T. Luce. 

HIGH SCHOOL. 

Church street, corner School. 

Charles W. Parm enter, Principal; John W. Dalzell, 
Submaster; Carrie A. Teele, Elizabeth M. Wellington^ 
Helena L. Day, Assistants. 

NORTH GRAMMAR SCHOOL. 

School street, corner Lexington. 

Bradford W. Drake, Principal; Miss Mary J. Miles, 
Mrs. Mary J. Thayer, Mary F. Barnes, Sarah E. Frost, 
Mary E. Whitford, Anna C. Whitcorab, Susan B. Hardy, 
Assistants. 

SOUTH GRAMMAR SCHOOL. 

High street. 

Arthur P. Smith, room 1, Principal; Miss Elizabeth 
E. Randall, room 2, Mary A. Frost, room 3, Mary F. 
Adams, room 4, Jane Phelps, room 5, Hattie P. Bill, room 
6, Martha McC. Barnes, room 7, Flora E. Nelson, room 8, 
Assistants. 

INTERMEDIATE AND PRIMARY SCHOOLS. 

HEARD STREET SCHOOL. 

Main street, corner Heard. 

Ella A. Pierce, M. Louise Wilde, Margaret N. Alexan- 
der, Addie E. Francis, Teachers. 

SCHOOL NUMBER TWO, UNGRADED. 

Pond End. 
Hannah M. Parkhurst, Principal; S. Jennie Childs, 
Assistant. 

SCHOOL NUMBER THREE, UNGRADED. 

Trapelo. 
Clara W. Berry, Principal. 

SCHOOL NUMBER POUR. 

Beaver Brook. 
Georgian a M. Knox, Teacher. 



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WALTHAM DIRECTORY. 187 

SCHOOL NUMBER FIVE. 

Charles street. 

Maria Jones, Mary E. McCarthy, Amelia H. Stanley, 
Teachers. 

SCHOOL NUMBER SIX. 

Main street, corner South. 
Mary C. Stearns, Teacher of Fifth Grammar; Flor- 
ence E. Frost, Teacher of Sixth Grammar; Ann E. 
Stearns, Teacher of Fast Primary; Susie C. Peabody, 
Teacher of West Primary. 

SCHOOL NUMBER SEYEN. 

Bleach ery. 
Jeannette B. Wilson, Teacher of Upper Primary; 
Lillian E. Pratt, Teacher of Lower Primary. 

SCHOOL NUMBER" EIGHT. 

Chemistry. 
Maria E. Morgan, Teacher of Sixth grammar; Rachel 
Harrub, Teacher of Fifth grammar; Sarah A. Wall, 
Teacher of Fast Primary; Annie E. Taylor, Teacher of 
West Primary. 

SCHOOL NUMBER NINE. 

High street. 
Abbie M. Bill, Primary Teacher. 

SCHOOL NUMBER TEN. 

School street, corner Exchange. 
Anna Fern aid, Teacher of Upper Primary; Hattie N". 
Sibley, Teacher of East Primary. 

Leonard B. Marshall, Teacher of Vocal Music. 
R. G. Chase, Teacher of Drawing. 



WALTHAM NEW CHURCH SCHOOL. 

Lexington street. 

Members of the Institute — P. W. Chandler, L. Clark, 
m.d., Rev. J. Pettee, Francis A. Dewson, Rev. John Wor- 
cester, Rev. James Reed, Albert Mason. 

Benjamin Worcester, Bacon street, Principal; Miss 
Kate L. Meech, Miss F. Partello, Miss M. H. Stetson, Miss 
Maud L. Worcester, Assistants; M. J. Levy, French; 
Miss J. M. Tall man; Music, piano; Mrs. E. M. Condell, 
Dancing. 

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188 WALTHAM DIRECTORY. 

WALTHAM PUBLIC LIBRARY. 

Moody street, corner Charles. 

Number of volumes, 10,376. 

Open daily (except Sundays), from 1 to 9 p.m. 

N. Warren, Pres.; E. A. Harrington, Sec; L. N. Flail, 

Treas.; A. J. Lathrop, Librarian; Miss S. Johnson, 1st 

Asst. Librarian; Mrs. M. E. Bill, 2d Asst. Librarian. 



CHURCHES. 

BAPTIST CHURCH. 

Organized 1852. 
Charles street, corner Moody. 
Rev. J. V. Stratton, Pastor; A. P. Penniman, C. P. 
Harrington, George E. Newton, George T. Fiel, Deacons; 
David Randall, Charles C. Bills, Geo. H. Shirley, Robert 
Whitaker, Gen. Calvin Chamberlin, William H. Ander- 
son, Standing Committee; George E. Newton, Treas.; 
William A. Moody, Clerk; Wellington Lord, Sexton; C. 
C. Bills, Sunday-school Supt.; L. B. Hardy, Asst. Supt.; 
Frank Christmas, Sec; W.R. Sawtelle, Librarian; Wm. 
H. Holland, Wm. A. Moody, Asst. Librarians. Number 
of scholars, 403. 

TRINITARIAN CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. 

Organized 1820. 
Main street, above Moody. 
Rev. Bradford M. Fullerton, Pastor; H. C. Skeele, A. 
J. Hoyt, J. C. Bates and George T. Jones, Deacons; E. 

A. Marsh, Philip Jones and the Deacons, Standing Com- 
mittee; Mrs. Mary E. Stanley, Mrs. Mary T. Goodrich 
and Bolina R. Scamman, Com. of Ladies; H. E. Skeele, 
Clerk; Geo. H. Whitford, Treas. 

Officers of the Parish — E. A. Marsh (chairman), 
Francis C. Smith, Dr. E. R. Cutler, Erskine Warden and 
Geo. T. Jones, Parish Com.; John Griffiths, Clerk; Er- 
skine Warden, Treas.; Wm. D. Ward, Collector; I. W. 
Skinner, Asst. Collector; Cyrus P. Simonds, Sexton. 

Officers of the Sunday-school — Philip Jones, Supt.; 
Bradford W. Drake, Asst.; Fred. H. Barnes, Sec and 
Treas.; Charles H. Whitney, Asst.; Winthrop M. Baker, 
Acting Asst.; Charles A. Berry, Librarian; Susie A. 
Stearns, Nellie A. Hoyt, Mary F. Berry, Assts.;' J. Fred. 

B. Kimball, Precentor; Nellie L. Brackett, Pianist. 



WALTHAM DIRECTORY. 189 

CHRIST CHURCH (EPISCOPAL). 

Organized 1849. 
Central street. 
Rev. Thomas F. Fales, Rector; Otis E. Hunt, Moses 
E. Osgood, Wardens; M. IT. Adams, John Haynes, Wm. 
H. Craven, W. H: Howe, H. L. Hovey, E. C. Caldwell, 
Vestrymen; Moses E. Osgood, Treas. and Clerk; J. W. 
Whitney, Sexton. Number of communicants, 150. 

Rev. Henry S. Nash, Sunday-school Supt.; Miss Emily 
Viles, Librarian. Number of scholars, 150. Vols. 700. 

ASCENSION CHURCH (EPISCOPAL). 
Moody street, corner High. 
Rev. Henry S. Nash, Minister in charge; William H. 
Craven, Warden; William R. Wills, Treas.; John Hack- 
ett, Clerk; Alfred Clay, Sexton. 

METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH OF 
WALTHAM. 

Organized 1837. 
Moody street, corner Main. 

Rev. I. H. Packard, Pastor; C. H. Stickney, O. Bol- 
ton, R. Bliss, George A. Howe, Caleb H. Van Norman, 
William Day, Wm. H. Wolcott, George W. Knowlton, 
Charles W. Durgin, Stetoards; E. Fairbanks, R. Stick- 
ney, C. Irish, J. E. Olcott, H. Weeks, W. A. Northup, 
Charles Whiting, A. Gregory, J. W. McCurdy, Trustees; 
C. Irish, Treas. of Trustees; C. H. Stickney, Treas. of 
Stewards; R. Stickney, Sexton; William A. Northup, 
Supt. Sunday-school. 

Number of church-members, 290. Number of schol- 
ars, 375. Volumes in library, 435. 

ST. MARY'S CHURCH (ROMAN CATHOLIC). 

Rebuilt and dedicated April 8, 1877. 
School street, near Common. 
Rev. Timothy Brosnahan, Pastor; John J. Murphy, 
Asst. Pastor; William F. Rooney, Sexton. 

WALTHAM SOCIETY OF THE NEW JERUSA- 
LEM CHURCH. 

Organized 1870. 
Lexington street, near Bacon. 
Benjamin Worcester, Leader; Geo. Phinney, John T. 
Prince, Joel Shedd, Church Com.; George Phinney, 
Clerk and Treas.; Benjamin Worcester, Supt. Sunday- 
school; Miss J. Smith, Librarian. 
Number of scholars, 50. 



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WALTHAM DIRECTORY. 



FIRST PARISH CHURCH (CONGREGATIONAL 
UNITARIAN). 

Organized 1696. 
Church street, corner School. 
Rev. Edward J. Young, Pastor; L. W. dishing, Par- 
ish Clerk; George A. Stearns, Treas. and Col.; William 
E. Allen, Chairman; Ephraim Stearns, Thomas P. 
Smith, R. B. Foster, Arthur P. Smith, Charles Harring- 
ton, Henry Hartwell, Parish Com. 

UNIVERSALIST SOCIETY OF WALTHAM. 

Re-organized February, 1874. 
Main street, near Grant. 
Rev. M. R. Leonard, Pastor; E. B. Armstrong, W. L. 
Fisher, D. S. Marsh, Standing Com.; F. C. Hodgdon, 
Treas. and Col.; Alonzo S. Locke, Clerk; Leonard 
Green, Supt. Sunday-school; F. C. Hodgdon, Asst. Supt; 
D. H. Hawley, Librarian. Number of scholars, 170. 



MASONIC. 

MONITOR LODGE. 

Chartered December 20th, 1820. 

Rufus G. Brown, W. M; Wm. H. Anderson, $, W.; 
W. W. Carpenter, J. W.; Horatio Moore, Treas.; J. W. 
Follett, Sec; Joseph C. Bates, Chaplain; Wm. Locke, 
Marshal; Chas. W. Parmenter, S. D.; John W. Dalzell, 
J. D.; F. H. Bradford, 8. S.; George S. Perry, J. S.; 
Ephraim Stearns, Chorister; Frank K. Porter, 1. S.; 
Charles H. Parks, Tyler. 

Regular meetings are held in Charles A. Welch's hall, 
the Monday on or before the full of the moon in each 
month; officers elected annually in November. 



ISAAC PARKER LODGE. 

Chartered March 11, 1868. 
Chas. H. D. Stockbridge, W. M.; John E. Glidden, S. 
W.; Samuel Friebe, J. W.; E. S. Anderson, Treas.; 
Charles O. Morrill, Sec; Ambrose Webster, Marshal; 
Frank E. Adams, S. J).; Chauncy Hartwell, J. D.; 
Clarence W. Hubbard, S. S.; W. C. Brown, J. S.; D. H. 
Hawley, Chorister; A. J. Jackson, I. S.; Chas. H. Parks, 
Tyler. 



WALTHAM DIRECTORY. 191 

Regular meetings are held at Charles A. Welch's hall, 
first Tuesday in each month ; officers elected annually in 
December. 

WALTHAM ROYAL ARCH CHAPTER. 

L. C. Lane, M. E. H. P.; Rufus G. Brown, Scribe; 
Win. H. Anderson, E. K.; Robert L. Davis, Treas.; J. 
Fred. Moore, Sec; Charles H. Parks, Tyler. 

Regular convocation, third Wednesday of each month ; 
officers elected in June. 



ODD FELLOWS. 

PROSPECT LODGE, NQ. 35, I. O. of O. F. 

Re-instituted February 22, 1871. 

E. S. Padelford, JV. G.; T. Y. King, V. G.; A. E. 
Bullock, Sec; M. H. Stevens, Treas. 

Meets Wednesday evenings, in Odd Fellows Hall, 
Whitford building, Main street. 

NEWTON ENCAMPMENT, NO. 50, OF WALTHAM. 

Removed from Newton, Mass. 

Instituted 1875. 

H. W. Woodbury, C. P.; M. H. Stevens, H. P.; Geo. 
H. Stowell, S. W.; Walter E. Beebe, J. W.; A. E. Bul- 
lock, Scribe; W. H. McAllister, Treas.; E. S. Padelford, 
Guide. 

Meets 1st and 3d Tuesdays evenings in Odd Fellows 
Hall, Whitford building, Main street. 



ROYAL ARCANUM. 

RUMFORD COUNCIL, NO. 113. 

Instituted July 1, 1878. 

F. M. Dutch, B.; Robert B. Edes, V. R.; Fred. 
Barnes, O.; A. L. Ryan, Sec; G. K. Field, Collector; 
Willard P. Locke, Treas. 

Meets second and Fourth Monday evenings in Rob- 
erts Hall, Main street, opposite Spring. 



192 WALTHAM DIRECTORY. 

KNIGHTS OF HONOR, 

WALTHAM LODGE, NO. 373. 
Instituted Oct. 7, 1876. 

C. J. Doughty, P. D.; E. L. Jackson, P.; A. S. Batch- 
elder, V. P.; J. Y. Marden, Asst. P.; W. E. Patridge, 
JR.; L. Green, F. E.; Charles Rogers, Treas.; W. M. 
Wills, Chap.; H. H. Lewis, Guide; G. L. Chipman, G. ; 
C. D. Hicks, Sen. 

Meets first and third Thursdays in each month, in 
Roberts Hall, Main street. 



AMERICAN LEGION OF HONOR. 

WALTHAM COUNCIL, NO. 223. 
Instituted June 30, 1880. 

Alexander Starbuck, C; George Woolley, V. C; S. 
L. Ryan, P. C; Mrs. F. K. Sibley, 0.; E. M. French, Sec; 
F. J. Rutter, Treas.; Frank E.' Deshon, C; E. A. Bige- 
low, G.; Gilbert Blood, Warden ; C. J. Russell, Sentry. 

Meets second and fourth Tuesday evenings of each 
month. 



UNITED ORDER PILGRIM FATHERS. 

MASSASOIT COLONY, NO. 6. 

Instituted February 11, 1880. 

Thomas Glancy, Gov.; E. F. Webster, Lieut. Gov.; 
H. C. Duncan, Ex- Gov.; W. W. Carter, Sec; Wm. Neal, 
Treas.; Geo. W. Gragg, Collector; Mrs. C. McAllister, 
Chaplain; Clarence . Richardson, Sergt. at Arms; Mrs. 
L. N. Wellington, Dept. Sergt. at Arms; C. P. Petten- 
gill, I. S. 

Meets first and third Tuesdays in each month, in Mas- 
sasoit hall, Moody street. 



GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC. 

F. P. H. ROGERS POST, NO. 29. 

Organized October, 1867. • 

J. H. Whelan, Com.; H. P. Ballard, S. V. Com.; 
John Collins, J. V. Com.; H. P. Harrington, Adj.; E. J. 
Brackett, Q. M.; H. C. Hall, Surgeon; T. F. Welling- 



WALTHAM DIRECTORY. 193 

ton, Chaplain; Frank McGuinness, /S. M.; George F. 
Ballard, Q. M. &.; Wm. D. Newland, 0. D.; Henry L. 
Whiting, 0. G. 

Meetings second and fourth Friday evenings, in Rob- 
erts' hall, Main street. Officers elected in December. ■ 



ANCIENT ORDER UNITED WORKMEN. 

WALTHAM LODGE, NO. 26. 

Organized May 23, 1881. 

Samuel Frisbe, P. M. W.; Robert Mcintosh, M. W.; 
Henrv W. Blaisdell, F.; A. J. Garritson, 0.; Charles A. 
Dean; B.; Charles L. Tuthill, F; Fred. R. Willis, JR.; 
George E. Leroy, G.; L. F. Whitney, I. W.; E. J. Hall, 
O. W.; L. F. Whitney, Fred. Evans, Fred. Thompson, 
Trustees. 

Meets first and third Friday evenings in each month, in 
Massasoit hall, south side. 



TEMPERANCE SOCIETIES. 

HOWARD DIVISION, NO. 25, S. OF T. . 

Mrs. Mary A. Bowers, W. P.; Mrs. L. Moore, W. Asst.; 
E. Fairbanks, W. Chap.; William Forbes, Con.; Mrs. 
William Forbes, Asst. Con.; James L. Shedd, P. 8.; 
Charles Bodge, Treas.; Estella Whiting, F. 8.; Miss 
Mary Bartlett, I. S.; Mrs. Harriet Kingsbury, P. W. P. 

Meets every Monday evening 1%, p«m., Good Templars 
hall, Main street. 

GOOD WILL TEMPLE OF HONOR, NO. 32. 

Instituted May 24, 1870. 

George A. Dudley, W. C. T.; John Churchill, IT. B. 
Regular meetings every Wednesday evening in Rob- 
erts' hall. Main street. 

L. R. STREETER, COUNCIL of TEMPLARS, No. 18. 

Instituted February 28, 1872. 

Charles L. Bailey, Chief of Council; Chas. M. Bodge, 
Becorder. 

Meets second Wednesday of each month in Roberts' 
hall, Main street. 



194 WALTHAM DIRECTORY. 

CHARLES RIVER LODGE, No. 42, I. O. of G. T. 

William Barrett, P. W. C. T.; Samuel Bowers, W. C. 

T.; , W. V. T.; , W. S.; 

Miss Josephine M. Jameson, W. F. S.; S. W. Macurda, 

W. T.; Miss Bartlett, W. Chap.; , W.M.; 

,W.LG. 



WALTHAM REFORM CLUB. 

Organized February 13, 1876. 

Rooms Roberts' hall, Main, opp. Spring street. 

E. W. Blake, Pres.; A. D. Proctor, S. W. McCurdy, 

Vice-pres.; J. F. Padelford, Fin. /Sec; Forbes, Sec; 

J. F. Cooledge, Treas. 

Meets every Sunday evening, 5)^ p.m., in Rumford hall, 
Main street. 

WALTHAM WOMAN'S CHRISTIAN TEMPER- 
ANCE UNION. 

Organized February 21, 1876. 

Mrs. Enos T. Luce, Pres.; Mrs. Charles Warren, Mrs. 
Martha Stearns, Vice-pres.; Miss Sarah A. Osgood, Sec; 
Miss Annie Albro, Fin. Sec; Mrs. Susan Whitney, Treas. 

Meets at Reform Club rooms, Goodnow's block, Main 
street, every Friday, 2% p.m. Number of members, 118. 

YOUNG MEN'S CATHOLIC TOTAL ABSTI- 
NENCE SOCIETY. 
Organized September, 1877. 

John J. Fahey, Pres.; Martin Jordan, 1st Vice-pres.; 
John Cooley, 2d Vice-pres.; William Mogan, Pec. Sec; 
Daniel Crimmins. Fin. Sec; Michael J. Lally, Cor. Sec; 
Michael Hines, Treas. 

Meets every Monday evening Main, cor. Church street. 



MILITARY. 

CO. F, FIFTH REGIMENT, M. V. M. 

Organized June 29, 1874. 

Headquarters, Armory hall, Main street. Meetings 
every Thursday evening. 

John E. Glidden f Captain; Gideon F. Haynes, 1st 
Lieut.; Wm. H. Holland, 2d Lieut. 



WALTHAM DIRECTORY. 195 

A. O. OF H. 

DIVISION NUMBER 19. 

Organized May 27, 1875. 

Thomas J. Kennedy, Pres.; Timothy W. Casey, Vice- 
pres.; John Rourke, Bee. Sec; Charles E. Keene, Fin. 
Sec; Peter R. Brady, Treas. 

Meetings second and last Thursday of each month, at 
Eagle block, Main street. 



SOCIETIES, ETC. 

A. C. E. CLUB. 

Moody street, corner Crescent. 

Organized 1877. 

M. D. Fielding, Pres.; Simeon Adams, Vice-pres.; 
Harry W. Smith, Sec; Charles C. Hardy, Treas. 

BAY STATE BENEFICIARY ASSOCIATION 
OF WESTFIELD. 

Organized 1882. 
S. O. Upham, President; George Woolley, Secretary, 

EMMET LITERARY ASSOCIATION. 

Organized 1866. 

Rooms 15 Central block, Main street. 

Frank J. Mullen, Pres.; Thomas Deehan, Vice-pres.; 
Patrick Connelly, Pec Sec; Wm. Shoesmith, F. Sec; 
Dennis Gleason, Treas. 

Meetings every Tuesday evening. Officers chosen first 
Tuesday of December and June. 

Open from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. 

J. B. C. CLUB. 

Organized 1879. 
Moody street, corner Crescent. 

H. A. Bacon, President; J. M. Mills, Secretary; D. 
Nash Mitchell, Treasurer. 



196 WALTHAM DIEECTOEY. 

SIXTEENTH REGIMENT MASSACHUSETTS 
VOLUNTEERS VETERAN ASSOCIATION. 

James Nichol of Cambridge, Pres.; A. P. Henson of 
Waltham, and Dr. Thomas Crozier, Vice-pres.; Henry 
C. Hall of Waltham, Sec. and Treas. 



ST. PATRICK MUTUAL RELIEF SOCIETY. 



Organized April 8, 1864. 

Rev. Timothy Brosnahan, Pres.; William Guinan, 1st 
Vice-pres.; Lawrence E. Gorman, 2d Vice-pres.; Wm. 
F. Rooney, Pec. Sec; Thomas Melody, F. Sec; Patrick 
Cassidy, Treas.; Wm. Collins, Marshal; Peter Caniff, 
Poor-keeper; Michael Naven, John O'Neal, John Hani- 
fy, Michael McManus, Patrick O'Hare, John Greeley, 
Michael Mack, Pirectors. 

WALTHAM CO-OPERATIVE SAVING FUND 
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION. 

Room 4 Eagle block, Main. 

Organized Sept. 25, 1880. Chartered Oct. 13, 1880. 

Began business Oct. 21, 1880. 

Authorized capital, $1,000,000. 

Manley U. Adams, Pres.; Chas. E. Getchell, Vice- 
pres.; Daniel F. Viles, Sec; G. Frank Frost, Treas.; B. 
F. D. Adams, Francis Buttrick, Martin Thomas, Philip 
Jones, Lorenzo Noble, M. H. Young, Timothy Leary, 
Jas. B. Gooding. Alex. Starbuck, Edward P. Smith, Rob- 
ert Treat Paine jr., Charles L. Bailey, David Randall, 
Levi Bowers, John L. Keysor, Rufus G. Brown, Pirec- 
tors; Moses E. Osgood, Joseph F. Gibbs, Charles F. 
Parks, Auditors; Thomas Curley Esq., Attorney. 

WALTHAM FARMERS' CLUB. 

Organized 1857. 

Edward P. Smith, Pres.; John C. Thorpe, Vice-pres.; 
Abel B. Berry, Sec; Henry F. Warren, Treas. 

WALTHAM GAS LIGHT COMPANY. 

Office 4 Central block, Main street. 

B. F. D. Adams, President; George A. Stearns, Treas- 
urer; William Tarbell, Superintendent. 



WALTHAM DIRECTORY. 197 

WALTHAM MUTUAL RELIEF SOCIETY. 

Organized May 5, 1872. 

Michael Slattery, Pres.; Peter Brady, Vice-pres.; M. 
T. Connelly, Treas.; John A. Cassidy, Pec. Sec; A. F. 
McAlister, Fin. Sec. 

Meets second Sunday of every month, at 2 p.m., at Hi- 
bernian hall, Main street. 

WALTHAM POOR FARM. 

South street. 

H. H. Buraford, Superintendent. 
Number of inmates, 23. 

WALTHAM VETERAN FIRE ASSOCIATION. 

Organized May, 1874. 

George Keach, President; Robert Speir, Secretary; 
Arthur M. Gilbert, Treasurer. 

Meets Moody street, corner Crescent, first Saturday in 
each month. 

WALTHAM AND NEWTON STREET R. R. CO. 

R. E. Robbins, Pres.; Henry Bond, Treas.; R. E. 
Robbins, Geo. E. Allen, Geo. H. Shirley, L. C. Lane, J. 
H. Curtis, Francis Buttriek, W. 'W. Clark, H. P. Sher- 
man, Henry Bond, Directors. 

WATCH FACTORY RELIEF ASSOCIATION. 

A. Starbuck, Pres.; C. C. Byam, Vice-pres.; L. C. 
Lane, Treas.; W. H. Wrenn, Sec. 



POST OFFICES. 

Rumford building, Main street, corner Elm. 

Samuel O. Upham, Postmaster. 
Mails close for Boston, 6.30, 8.40 am., 1.30, 6.30 p.m. 
New York, South and West, 6.30 a.m., 6.30 p.m.; 
North, 7 a.m., 4.15 p.m. 

Mails due from Boston, 6.50, 8, 11.50 a.m., 3.30, 4.50, 

6 P.M. 

New York, South and West, due 8. a.m., 4 p.m. ; North, 
9.15 a.m., 7.04 p.m. 

Office hours from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. 



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WALTHAM DIRECTORY. 



SOUTH SIDE POST OFFICE. 

Moody street, comer Crescent. 

F. H. Bradford, Manager; Miss Julia E. Haynes, 
Clerk. 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 



Allin H. N., 
Banks Nathaniel P., 
Caldwell George P., 
Eaton Thomas B., 
Fiske Eben W., 
French Daniel, 
Hall Henry C, 
Harrington Elliot A., 
Houghton Charles H., 
Johnson B. B., 
Lathrop A. J., 
Loring Edward D., 



Moore Horatio, 
Parks Charles F., 
Shedd William E., 
Smith S. W., 
Stark Robert M., 
Stone F. M., 
Upham S. O., 
Viles Daniel F., 
Walker Amory H., 
Warren Nathan, 
Woolley Charles, 
Young M. Harwood. 






NOTARIES PUBLIC. 

Room 6 Eagle block, Main street, corner Common. 



Johnson Byron B., 
Luce E. T., 



Stone Charles F. 
Stone Frederick M. 



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200 STREETS, PLACES, ETC., IN WATERTOWN. 



STKEETS, PLACES, ETC., IN WATEKTOWN. 



Adams avenue, from Mt. Auburn to Nichols avenue 
Arlington, from Arsenal, across Mt. Auburn to Belmont 
Arsenal, from Main to Brighton line 
Auburn place, from Mt. Auburn, near Patten 
Beechwood avenue, from Market, n. Union Stock market 
Belmont, from Waltham line to Mt. Auburn 
Bigelow avenue, from Mt. Auburn to Nichols avenue 
Boyd, from Glen to Fayette in Newton 
Bridge, from Grove, across F. R. R., to Newton line 
Brook, from Pleasant to the river, near Hollingsworth & 

Whitney's paper mill 
California, from Watertcrwn, n. the Bridge, to Newton line 
Carroll, from Belmont to Orchard 
Centre, from Franklin to Walnut 
Chestnut, from Main to Green 
Church, from Palfrey to Main 
Common, from Mt. Auburn to Belmont 
Common street place, from Common, between Belmont 

and Orchard 
Coolidge avenue, from Cambridge line to Arsenal 
Cottage, from Mt. Auburn, near the bridge, to Catholic 

cemetery 
Cottage place, from Cottage 
Cross, from Pleasant, across Main, to Winter 
Cuba, from Main to Myrtle 

Cushman, from Fayette, near Knapp Shade Roller Co. 
Edgewood, from Coolidge avenue 
Elm, from Arlington to Arsenal 
Elton avenue, from Nichols avenue to Bigelow avenue 

(Norwood Park) 
Fayette,, from Spring to Forest 
Forest, from Main, near Cuba, to Fayette 
Franklin, from Mt. Auburn, opp. Common, to Walnut 
Galen, from Watertown square to Newton line 
Garfield, from Mt. Auburn, near Walnut, north 
Garnet, from Irving to Parker 
Gilkey avenue, from Patten 
Green, from Main to Pleasant 

Grove, from Arlington, n. Mt. Auburn, to Coolidge av. 
Grove, from Pleasant, n. railroad bridge, to Waltham line 
Hagar lane, from Lexington to Waltham line 
Harnden avenue, from Lexington, east, to Carroll 
Hovey, from Belmont, near White, to Orchard 
Howard, from Main to Pleasant 
Irving, from Market, to Mt. Auburn 






STREETS, PLACES, ETC., IN WATERTOWN. 201 

Jewett, from Morse to Boyd 

Lexington, from Main to Belmont 

Lowell avenue, from Orchard, east, to White 

Main, from Waltham line to Mt. Auburn 

Main street court, from Main, next McMasters block 

Maple, from Galen to Newton line 

Market, from Brighton line to Arsenal 

Marshall, from Mt. Auburn to Spring 

Melendy avenue, from Mt. Auburn to Grove 

Middle, from Main to Myrtle 

Morse, from Galen to Watertown 

Mt. Auburn, from Main to Cambridge line 

Myrtle, from Main, near F. R. R., to Pleasant 

Nichols avenue, from Arlington, opposite East Water- 
town station, to Adams avenue 

Norwood Park, a district lying north of the F. R. R., be- 
tween Arlington and Mt.% Auburn streets 

Orchard, from Lexington, near Belmont line, to Common 

Palfrey, from Mt. Auburn, near Irving, passing above 
White's avenue 

Parker, from south side Mt. Auburn, near Common 

Patten, from Mt. Auburn to Arsenal 

Pearl, from Summer to Palfrey 

Phillips, from Mt. Auburn, near Common 

Pleasant, from Grove, near railroad bridge, to Watertown 
square 

Prospect, from Walnut to Market 

River, from Arsenal. to Market 

River, from Pleasant, n. railroad bridge, to Waltham line 

Riverside place, from Main, near Arsenal 

Russell avenue, from north side Mt. Auburn, n. Franklin 

School, from Mt. Auburn to BelrnOnt 

Spring, from Main to Common 

Summer, from Mt. Auburn, passing above White's avenue, 
to Waverly 

Taylor, from Mt. Auburn to Arsenal 

Thaxter, from north side Main, near Cross 

Walnut, from Mt. Auburn to Prospect 

Walnut avenue, private way from Fayette to Palfrey 

Water, from Galen, near the bridge, to Galen, near Morse 

Watertown, from Galen, near the bridge, to Newton line 

Waverly, from Main, opposite Myrtle, to Summer 

Wheelers, Riverside, from .Riverside place, near Main 

White, from Belmont, near Lexington, to Orchard 

White's avenue, from Main, opposite Green, to Palfrey 

Whitney, from, Belmont to Orchard 

Williams, from Galen, near Newton line, to Jefferson, in 
Newton 

Winter, from Church to Fayette 



202 BLOCKS, BUILDINGS, ETC., IN WATERTOWN. 



BLOCKS, BUILDINGS, ETC. 

Almshouse, Zachariah Boodey, superintendent, Orchard 

Arsenal (U. S.) depot, F. R. R. Union Market station, 
Arsenal, near Walnut 

Bank building, Main, opposite Town Hall 

Barnard block, Main, corner Galen 

Central Hall, McMasters block, Main 

C block, rear Myrtle, opposite Cuba 

Dana block, Main, Watertown square 

Gas Works, Newton and Watertown Gas Light Co., 
Waldo N. Learned, superintendent, Water 

G. A. R. Hall, Otis Bros, block, Mt. Auburn, corner Main 

Howes block. Main, corner Spring 

Masonic Hall, Noyes block, Main, opposite Church 

McMasters block, Main, near Spring 

Noyes block, Main, opposite Church 

Otis Bros, block, Main, from Mt. Auburn to Spring 

Post-office (branch of Boston), J. H. Flagg, superintend- 
ent, Mt. Auburn bridge 

Post-office, Main, corner Galen 

Town Hall, Main, corner Church 

Townhouse, Main, corner Church 

Watertown U. S. Arsenal, Arsenal, near Elm 

Whitney block, Main, corner Church 

RAILROAD STATIONS, ETC. 

Bemis station and iEtna mills, Herbert N. Hayward, 

station agent 
Cottage street crossing, Thomas Lyons, flagman 
East Watertown, Arlington street, John H. Glidden, 

station agent 
Grove street crossing, Francis F. Clark, flagman 
Howard street crossing, John Coffee, flagman 
Mt. Auburn street crossing, John P. Sheridan, flagman 
Union Market, Walnut, corner Prospect street, M. E. 

Whiton, station agent 
Watertown, Church street, J. M. Johnson, station agent 

CEMETERIES. 

Arlington street cemetery, Alexander Gregg, superintend- 
ent, Mt. Auburn, corner Arlington 

Catholic cemetery, adjoining Mt. Auburn, foot of Cottage 

Common street cemetery, Alexander Gregg, superintend- 
ent, Common, corner Mt. Auburn 

Mt. Auburn cemetery, Mt. Auburn street, a portion of 
which lies in the town of Watertown and the balance 
in the city of Cambridge 



WATERTOWN 

DIKECTOKY, 

1882. 

ABBREVIATIONS USED IN THIS DIRECTORY. 

Ab., above; agt., agent; asst., assistant; av , avenue; b. or bds., boards; 
bet., between; bldg., building; blk., block; N (B.)> Boston; com. mer., commission 
merchant; c. or cor., corner; ct., court; F. R. R., Fitchburg Railroad; h., 
house; lab., laborer; mkr., maker; mnfr., manufacturer; n. or nr., near; opp., 
opposite; pi., place; P. O., Post-office; pres., president; rd., road; Rev., 
Reverend; r., rear; sec, secretary; sq., square; st., street; supt. superin- 
tendent; treas., treasurer; U. R. Co., Union Railway Co.; U.S. A., United 
States Army; U. S. N., United States Navy; whf., wharf; whol., wholesale; 
wid., widow. 

Where the name of a corporation, factory, or firm appears immediately after 
the name, it indicates the place of business. After the name of the street the 
word street is omitted. 

ABBOTT ABIEL, lawyer (53 State, room 26, B.), house 

Phillips, corner Garnet 
Abbott John E., lawyer (53 State, room 19, and treas., 7 

Exchange place, room 22, B.), house Franklin, near 

Mt. Auburn 
Abbott Nathan D., lawyer (7 Exchange place, B.), boards 

A. Abbott's, Phillips 
Abbott Samuel P., lawyer (53 State, room 26, B.), house 

Irving 
Abbott Tilden G., cashier Union Market bank, and treas. 

Watertown Savings Bank, house Church, n. Fayette 
Abercrombie Emily, widow of Wyman, h.Boyd, n. Jewett 
Abercrombie Wyman E., cotton broker (4 P. O. square, 

B.), house Boyd, near Jewett 
Abol Mary Mrs., house Myrtle, near Cuba 
Aborn John, farmer estate of Josiah Stickney, boards 

Calvin D. Crawford's, Riverside place 
Adams Edward H., stationery and printing (20 Hawley, 

B.), house Elton avenue, Norwood park 
Adams Edward W"., dyer Lewando's French Dye House r 

board Jonas Phelps', Riverside place 
Adams George E., crockery, glassware, etc., Main, corner 

Galen and (Gleason & Co.), auctioneers, h. Parker, 

opposite Garnet 
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204 WATERTOWN [A] DIRECTORY. 

Adams George R., painter, h. California, n. Watertown 
Adams Henry K., salesman (558 Washington, B.), house 

Morse, near Jewett 
Adams Lucien, cleanser at Dye House, h. Cuba, n. Main 
Adams Waldo, Adams Express (28 Court, B.), house 

School, near Belmont 
^Etna Mills, River, cor. Bridge, Bemis station, A. O. 

Davidson, agent (Boston office, 266 Devonshire) 
A'Hearn Edward, laborer, bouse rear Spring 
A'Hearn Morris, laborer, house Brook 
A'Hearn William, laborer, boards* Michael Welch's, Com- 
mon street place 
Alden Thomas, bookbinder, Main, opposite Galen, house 

at Cambridgeport 
Aldrich Gardner, house Galen, near Water 
Alexander William A., fruit, foreign and domestic (50 

and 51 Chatham, B.), house Boyd, near Galen square 
Allan David, gardener estate, of Miss Mary Pratt, Bel- 
mont, house on the place [and Walnut 
Allen Edward, farmer, h. r. Mt. Auburn, between School 
Allen Edward E., clerk (104 Water, B.), house Green, 

near Pleasant 
Allen Leslie, driver Dr. Alfred Hosmer, house Taylor, 

near Arsenal 
Allen Richard, student, boards Thomas Allen's 
Allen Thomas, farmer, house rear Mt. Auburn, between 

School and Walnut 
Allyn John, publisher (30 Franklin, B.), house Galen, 

near Morse 
American Carpet Lining Co., Wm. H. Pray, manager, 

Arsenal, opposite U. S. Arsenal (Boston office, 179 

Devonshire) [eral, B.) 

American Magnesium Co., Water, near Galen (143 Fed- 
Anderson Peter, farmer John Coolidge jr., house rear 

East grammar school, Mt. Auburn 
Appleyard Thomas, at Lewando's Dye House, house 

Morse, near Jewett 
Applin John, foreman Machine shop Walker & Pratt 

Manufacturing Co., house at Newton 
Aspinwall Louis A., clerk (15 Commercial wharf, B.), 

boards Boyd, corner Jewett 
Atkinson Jane, widow of William, h. Main, n. F. R. R. 
Atwood Carrie A. Mrs., house Spring, corner Summer 
Atwood Elkanah S., moulder Walker & Pratt Mnfg. Co., 

rms. P. Shurtleff's, Summer, h. at Boston Highlands 
Atwood Geo. P. B., moulder, h. Riverside place, n. Main 
Atwood Grace S. Miss, h. Grove, cor. Coolidge avenue 
Atwood Louisa B. Mrs., m.d., Mt. Auburn, near F. R. R., 

house do. 



WATERTOWN [B] DIRECTORY. 205 

Atwood William, moulder, boards Frank T. Fay's Winter 

Atwood William O., supt. I. Farwell jr. & Co., silk man- 
ufacturers, house at Newton 

Austin John A., driver U. R. Co., boards Mrs. Margaret 
Austin's, off Mt. Auburn 

Austin Margaret, widow of Thomas, house rear East 
grammar school, Mt. Auburn, near Cottage 

BAILEY ARAD MRS., bouse Mt. Auburn, n. Walnut 
Bailey Arthur H., canned goods (15 Commercial wharf, 

Boston), house JeWett, corner Boyd 
Bailey Frank M., clerk (164 Purchase, B.), boards Mrs. 

Arad Bailey's, Mt. Auburn 
Bailey Jas., at dye-house, b. Elizabeth Horton's, Summer 
Balcom Charles A., clerk Newton and Watertown Gas 

Light Co., boards Chas. H. Balcom's, Church 
Balcom Charles H., asst. supt. Newton & Watertown Gas 

Light Co., house Church, cor. Winter 
Banks Amos, farmer, b. Sarah L. Harrington's, Belmont 
Banks Thomas G., commercial traveler (36 Pearl, B), h. 

Fayette, corner Church 
Bannister William, at starch factory, boards John Ken- 

hey's, Main 
Barker David A. S., driver J. T. Liverraorc, b. do., Phillips 
Barker Fred G., printer Barnard block, Main, boards J. G. 

Barker's, Mt. Auburn 
Barker Henry A. (H. Barker & Co.), starch mnfr., Wa- 
ter and (74 Commercial, B.), house at West Newton 
Barker Hiram (H. Barker & Co.), starch mnfr., Water and 

(74 Commercial, B.), house at Brighton 
Barker Hiram E. (H. Barker & Co.), starch mnfr., Water 

and (74 Commercial, B.), house at Newton 
Barker H. & Co. (Hiram, Henry A., and Hiram E. Bar- 
ker), starch mnfrs., Water and (74 Commercial, B.) 
Barker Isabel Mrs., house Mt. Auburn, corner Phillips 
Barker Joseph G., shirt mnfr., Spring, opposite Fayette, 

house Mt. Auburn, corner Parker 
Barkers John, carpenter, house Morse, near Jewett 
Barnard Samuel O., bookkeeper (21 Franklin, B.), boards 
Mt. Auburn, near Patten [Boyd 

Barnes Edward F., real estate (Newton), h. Galen, near 
Barnes James J., saloon, Main, near Cross, house do. 
Barrett Sarah W. Miss, boards Palfrey, corner Church 
Barron Andrew W., teamster T. P. Emerson, house Sum- 
mer, near Mt. Auburn 
Barron Fred H., driver E. C. & A. B. Hall, boards W.W. 

Barron's, Arsenal 
Barron George, carpenter, house Palfrey, near Spring 
Barron Warren W., teamster, house Arsenal, n. Patten 



206 WATERTOWN [B] DIRECTORY. 

Barrows George, clerk (31 Union, B.), house Fayette, n. 

White's avenue [Geo. Barrows', Fayette 

Barrows John D., clerk Union Market National Bank, b. 
Barry Charles J., president Watertown Savings Bank, h. 

Main, near Myrtle 
Barry George, laborer Wm. Greenleaf, Palfrey, bds. do. 
Barry James, laborer, house Forest, corner Summer 
Barry Lawrence, stone-mason, house r. Main, n. F. R. R. 
Barry William, laborer, b. Lawrence Barry's, rear Main 
Bartlett Arthur H., stove mounter, bds. B. F. Bartlett's, 

Mt. Auburn [burn, c. Taylor 

Bartlett Benjamin F., steam packing maker, house Mt. Au- 
Bartlett Frank C, carriage painter, bds. B. F. Bartlett's, 

Mt. Auburn, corner Taylor 
Bartlett Harriet H., widow of Orville, house Summer, 

near White's avenue 
Barton Jabez W., house Orchard, corner Whitney 
Barton Samuel M., office secretary of state (State House, 

Beacon, B.), house Orchard, corner Whitney 
Bassett Charles W., Knapp Shade Roller Co., Fayette, 

corner Cushman, house at Newton 
Batchelder Samuel L., proprietor Spring Hotel, Main, op- 
posite Watertown square 
Bates Benjamin E., student, b. Mrs. Sarah Bates', Main 
Bates Henry, at iEtna mills, house at Newton 
Bates Herbert C, at Porter Needle Co., h. at Newton 
Bates Phineas jr., sec. School Committee (Mason, B.), 

house Church, corner Summer 
Bates Richard, at iEtna Mills, boards at Newton 
Bates Sarah, widow of Benj. E., summer residence, Main, 

n. Waltham line, winter residence (19 Arlington, B.) 
Batson Horace M., shoe cutter (143 Federal, B.), house 

Gilkey avenue. 
Bean Betsey W., wid. of George W., h. Morse, n. Galen 
Bean James M., oil can mnfr. (159 Broad, B.), house Pal- 
frey, near Pearl 
Bearce Frank C, carpenter, house Forest, near Summer 
Beatty James, laborer, house Main, corner Myrtle 
Beatty Robert, iron moulder, house Pleasant, n. Common 
Bemis Isaac V., lawyer, Dana block, Main, house Main, 

near Howard 
Bemis Lucius, mason, house Fayette, near Spring 
Benbow John, carpenter Berry & Moody, Main, boards 

Robert Elder's, Mt. Auburn [Arsenal 

Benner Amos, at dye-house, b. James E. Rockwell's, 
Bennett John, soldier U. S. Arsenal, boards do. 
Bent Herbert F. (Luther Bent & Co.), furniture, Main, 

opposite Church, house at Newton 
Bent John, carpenter, house California, n. Fifth avenue 



WATERTOWN [B] DIRECTORY. 207 

Bent Luther (Luther Bent & Co.), furniture, Main, opp. 

Church, house Spring, near Summer 
Bent Luther & Co. (Luther and Herbert F. Bent), furni- 
ture, Main, opposite Church 
Berry Charles W., grocer Barnard block, Main, house 

Summer, near White's avenue 
Berry Frank J. (Berry & Moody), Main, opposite Mt. 

Auburn, house Phillips, near Mt. Auburn 
Berry John, starch maker, house Water, near Galen 
Berry Joseph, at starch factory, h. Pleasant, near Cross 
Berry & Moody (Frank J. Berry and Geo. H. Moody), 

carpenters, Main, opposite Mt. Auburn 
Bigelow Henry J., fruit and produce (23 North Market, 

B.), boards J. Bigelow's, Nichols avenue 
Bigelow Jonathan, fruit and produce (com.) (23 North 

Market, B.), house Nichols avenue 
Bigelow Louis H., fruit and produce (23 North Market, 

B.), boards Jonathan Bigelow's, Nichols avenue 
Bigelow S. Brooks, farmer, house Nichols av., n. F. R. R. 
Bigwood David, at JEtna mills, bds. ./Etna House, River 
Binney Charles A., in the Abatoir (Brighton), house 

Arlington, near Belmont 
Bird Hannah W. Miss, house Belmont, near R. R. bridge 
Bird Joseph E., clerk (32 Bedford, B.), house junction 

Belmont and Mt. Auburn [place 

Blackwell Marcia A. Mrs., nurse, b. A. Greggs', Riverside 
Blaisdell James T., carpenter, house Boyd, near Galen 
Blaisdell J. Lewis, clerk (195 State, B.), boards James T. 

BlaisdelPs, Boyd 
Blanchard Benjamin P., tea, coffee and spices, Hawes' 

building, Main, house Garnet, corner Parker 
Blazo George M., florist W. W. Treat, Coolidge av., b.do. 
Bleiler Charles J., butcher, boards Geo. Bleiler's, Arsenal 
Bleiler George, butcher, Arsenal, near the arsenal, h. do. 
Blue Hugh, laborer, boards Robert Blue's, Watertown 
Blue Robert, warper, h. Watertown, near Newton line 
Boag William, at iEtna mills, bds. JEtna House, River 
Bolster Cornelius, butcher G. A. Sawyer, h. at Brighton 
Bolster Henry, soldier U. S. Arsenal, house do. 
Boodey Zachariah, superintendent almshouse, Orchard 
Boston Frank E., foreman Hollingsworth & Whitney Co., 

boards Fayette, corner White's avenue 

BOSTON & WATERTOWN CLOTHING 
HOUSE, F. A. Brown, manager, Main, opposite 
Galen (see page 312) 
Bostwick Mary R., widow, house Cuba, near Main 
Bowen George A., house Morse, near Jewett 
Bowen George S., tinsmith, stoves and furnaces, Main 
street court, near Main, house Cross, near F. R. R. 



208 WATERTOWN [B] DIRECTORY. 

Bowen William, at JEtna mills, boards at Newton 
Bowles Catharine Mrs., nurse, Galen, cor. Water, bds. do. 
Boyce John J., teamster Coffin & Magee, Main, house at 

Newton 
Boyd Anna C, widow of Geo. S., h. Boyd, near Galen sq. 
Boyd John S., mariner, bds. Mrs. Anna C. Boyd's, Boyd 
Boyle Jennie T. Miss, dressmaker, Spring, n. Main, b. do. 
Boyle John, laborer JEtna mill, house near do. 
Boyle Patrick, laborer, house Grove, near Bemis station 
Brackett Sidney L., house Spring, near Summer 
Bradford Ruth A., widow of Rev. George, house Sum- 
mer, near White's avenue 
Bradlee Nellie Miss, boards Main, opp. Methodist church 
Bradlee Sarah F. Miss, h. Main, opp. Methodist church 
Bradley Patrick, laborer, house Wheelers, Riverside 
Brain ard Corinne Miss, teacher West intermediate school, 

boards Chestnut, near Main 
Branefield Edward, laborer, house Water, near gas works 
Brennan John, tripe cleaner H. B. Derby, house Forest, 

near Summer 
Brennan Mary, widow of John, house Forest, n. Summer 
Brewer Alanson T. 3 superintendent U. S. Arsenal, boards 

Cattle Fair Hotel, Brighton 
Bridges George, conductor U. R. Co., boards David 

Rundlett's, Mt. Auburn 
Brierton Catharine, wid. of Christopher, h. Main,n. Cross 
Brierton Christopher J., stove-mounter, house Summer, 

near White's avenue [side place 

Briggs John, carpenter, bds. Bernard Mulhearn's, River- 
Brigham Charles, architect (19 Exchange place, B.), 

boards Mary Brigham's, Marshall 
Brigham Maria Miss, boards Mary Brigham's, Marshall 
Brigham Mary, widow of John, h. Marshall, near Spiing 
Brigham Mary E. T., widow of John, b. Water, c. Galen 
Bright Charles H., baker, Main, near Church, house do. 
Bright David K., mason, house Water, near Galen 
Bright Edward, proprietor Buttonwood House, Main, n. 

Howard [near Main 

Bright Geo. A., street-lighter, b. Henry Blight's, Howard 
Bright George W., carpenter, house Water, near Galen 
Bright Henry F., painter, Howard, near Main, house do. 
Bright Joseph, paper-finisher Hollingsworth & Whitney, 

house Main, rear Myrtle 
Bright Sarah Miss, boards John A. Holden's, Spring 
Broad Mary, widow of Nathaniel, boards Mary E. Craft's, 

Franklin 
Brock George O., shirt-cutter, h. Morse, near the river 
Broderick David, laborer, house River, near iEtna mills 
Brodrick Dennis, laborer, house 11 River, n. iEtna mills 



WATERTOWN [B] DIRECTORY. 209 

Brooks Rufus F., house Church, comer Palfrey- 
Brown Albert, real estate (49 Green, Boston), house 

Coolidge avenue, Edgewood 
Brown Charles F. A., carpenter (F. R. R. Co., Charles- 
town), boards L. H. Brown's 
Brown Eusebius H., poultry dealer (South Market, B.), 

house Main, near Waltham line 
Brown Francis J., boards Spring Hotel 
Brown Frank, conductor U. R. Co., bds. E. A. Mooers', 
Mt. Auburn 

BROWN FRANK A., clothing and gents' furnish- 
ing goods, Main, opposite Galen, boards Pearl, corner 
Summer (see page 312) 
Brown George B., laborer Henry Locke, h. Whitney 
Brown George W., boxmaker (Cambridge), boards Lydia 
H. Brown's [Church 

Brown James jr., at Lewando's dye house, h. Fayette, n. 
Brown John, silk weaver, b. Thomas Smith's, Watertown 
Brown Lewis E., expressman T. P. Emerson, boards W. 

W. Barran's, Arsenal, near Patten 
Brown Lucius T., gardener, house Pearl, near Summer 
Brown Lydia H., widow of Benjamin, house Walnut, near 

F. R. R. 
Brown Newell, house Irving, corner Garnet 
Brown Schuyler L., civil engineer, Mt. Auburn cemetery, 

house Winter, corner Cross 
Brown S. V., clerk Union Market Hotel, boards do. 
Brown Wesley B., conductor U. R. Co., boards Lydia H. 

Brown's 
Browneli Emily F., boards Caroline Whitney's, Main 
Bryant Fred W., painter, boards G. W. Cross', Spring 
Bryant John F., engineer, house Spring, near Fayette 
Bryant William J., clerk (37 and 39 F. H. Market, B.), 

house Arlington, corner Elm 
Burden Henry, at iEtna mills, b. Mtna House, River 
Burgess Charles A., at Walker & Pratt Mnfg. Co., boards 

E. S. Colburn's, Spring 
Burgess George, teamster D. F. Tripp, boards E. S. Col- 
burn's, Spring [Spring 
Burke Frank, blacksmith Wm. C. Foley, b. Kate Cahill's, 
Burke James, laborer, house Main street court 
Burke James, painter, boards Ellen Gallagher's, Grove 
Burke John, laborer, house Cottage place 
Burke William, teamster Thomas Gavin, Main, bds. do. 
Burke William H., machinist U. S. Arsenal, house Wal- 
nut, near Union Market Hotel 
Burner Thomas, at ^Etna mills, bds. ^Etna House, River 
Burnham Charles H., carpenter, house Palfrey, near Mt. 
Auburn 



2J0 WATERTOWN [C] DIRECTORY. 

Burnham Charles S., fireman, house Spring, n. Summer 
Burnham Frank, clerk William H. Lyman, Mt. Auburn, 

boards do. 
Burns James, at iEtna mills, house at Newton 
Burns James, grocer, Galen, n. Main, house Main, n. Cross 
Burns James, stone-cutter Stokes, Donahoe & Co., house 

at Brighton 
Burns John F., house Water, near Galen 
Burns Joseph A., clerk James Burns, bds. James Burns', 

Main, near Cross 
Burns Joseph M., 1st sergeant of ordnance at IT. S. Arse- 
nal, house Market, on U. S. Arsenal grounds 
Burns P. John, fireman Hollingsworth & Whitney, bds. 

Peter Willey's, Market [at Brighton 

Burns Thomas, stone-cutter Stokes, Donahoe & Co., h. 
Bustin Charles, collar-maker (167 Cambridge, B.), boards 

W. H. Bustin's, Franklin [Franklin 

Bustin Frank H., clerk (44 High, B.), b. W. H. Bustin's, 
Bustin William II., collar-maker (167 Cambridge, B.), h. 

Franklin, near Walnut 
Bustin William H. jr., clerk (5 Kilby, B.), boards W. H. 

Bustin's, Franklin [at Newton 

Butler John E., overseer wool room iEtna mills, house 
Butler John G., captain commanding detachment U. S. 

Arsenal, house do. [Howard 

Buttonwood House, Edward Bright proprietor, Main, n. 
Byfield George D., chair manfr. (20 Charlestown, B.), h. 

Galen, near Boyd 

CAHILL ANN, wid. of Thomas, h. r. Main, n. Chestnut 
Cahill Bridget Miss, fancy goods, boots and boots, Noyes 

block, Main, house Spring, near R. R. 
Cahill James, at iEtna mill, boards Ann Cahill's, r. Main, 

near Chestnut 
Cahill James L., iron moulder, house Middle, near Main 
Cahill John L., moulder, boards Kate Cahill's, Spring 
Cahill Kate Miss, house Spring, near R. R. 
Cahill Patrick, starch-maker, bds. John Farrell's, Pleasant 
Cahill William, boards Ann Cahill's, r. Main, n. Chestnut 
Callagan James, stone-cutter (Cambridge), house foot 

Cottage [Cottage 

Callahan Annie Miss, tailoress, boards Patrick Callahan's, 
Callahan Patrick, laborer, house foot of Cottage 
Callahan Philip J., saloon, Cottage, n. Catholic cemetery, 

house do. 
Callahan Thomas, at iEtna mills, b. JEtna House, River 
Callan Thomas, laborer, house Cottage place 
Campbell Cyrus H., clerk S. S. Gleason, house Parker, n. 

Mt. Auburn 



WATERTOWN [(]] DIRECTORY. 211 

Campbell John, laborer, house Walnut, near Arsenal 
Campbell John G., carpenter, bds. Union Market Hotel 
Caney Frank H., at Porter Needle Co., house Palfrey, 

near Mt. Auburn 
Capen Edward A., pastor First Baptist church, house Irv- 
ing, opposite Garnet 
Carbrey Agnes Miss, dressmaker and employment, Galen, 

corner Williams, house do. 
Carey Marcus, coachman W. W. Treat, Coolidge av., b. do. 
Carey Patrick, house Galen, near Water 
Carey Thomas, iron-founder, house rear Main, n. F. R. R. 
Carley Bridget Miss, house California, near Watertown 
Carlin Frank J., boards Patrick Carlin's, Palfrey 
Carlin Frederick J., window-shade maker, boards Patrick 

t Carlin's, Palfrey 
Carlin Patrick, laborer, house Palfrey, near Spring 
Carlton Edward E., com. trav., house Mt. Auburn, near 

Bigelow avenue 
Carney Edward W., laborer, b. Wra. Carney's, Summer 
Carney Frank, laborer American Carpet Lining Co., 

house at Cambridge 
Carney Marcus, at Porter Needle Co., boards at Newton 
Carney William, laborer, house Summer, near Forest 
Carr Alfred, carpenter, house Wheelers, Riverside 
Carroll James, mason (Cambridge), house Cottage pi. 
Carroll John, blacksmith, house Arsenal, opp. stock yard 
Carroll Mary, widow of James, house Arsenal, n. Patten 
Carroll Michael, wood-worker, house Cuba, near Main 
Carroll Michael, teamster Gilkey & Stone, house Market, 

near Irving 
Carroll Michael M., house Arsenal, near Irving 
Carroll Thomas, constable, house Cottage place 
Carruthers Robert, clerk (477 Washington, B.), boards 

James Holmes', Fayette, near Pearl 
Casey Michael, clerk, boards River, near iEtna mill 
Casey Thomas, driver U. R. Co., house Main, near Cross 
Casey William, laborer, house River, near iEtna mill 
Cashman Daniel, lab., b. Harriet M. Howard's, Fayette 
Cashman Jos., student, b. Harriet M. Howard's, Fayette 
Cashman Margaret Mrs., house Market, n. U. S. Arsenal 
Cassidy Edward, carpenter, house Cuba, near Main 

CASSIDY JOHN E., wholesale liquor (53 Broad, 
B.), house Market, near Beechwood avenue 
Caul Charles L., at paper-mill, b. P. B. Caul's, Taylor 
Caul Fred H., at paper mill, boards P. B. Caul's, Taylor 
Caul Peter B., freight office (F. R. R., B.), house Taylor, 

near Arsenal 
Ceiley Catharine L., widow of Archibald H., house Spring, 
corner Summer 



212 WATERTOWN [[|] DIRECTORY. 

Chadbourne Henry R., flour and grain (58 Commercial, 

B.), house Nichols avenue, near Arlington 
Chadbourne Joseph H., clerk (98 Summer, B.), boards 

H. R. Chadbourne's, Nichols avenue 
Chadbourne Lydia, widow of Humphrey, house Arling- 
ton, opposite Elm 
Chadbourne Marshall W., flour and grain (58 Commer- 
cial, B.), house Arlington, opposite Elm 
Chamberlain Frank, painter, boards John Newcomb's, 
Morse [n. Boyd 

Chamberlain Hiram F., grocer (Newton), house Jewett, 
Chamberlain William N., butcher (Brighton), office (25 
South Market, B.), house Nichols av., opp. Elton av. 
Chaney Alden D., com. trav., h. Mt. Auburn, n. Arlington 
Chany John, broker (12 India, B.), boards J. O. Chany's, 

Hovey 
Chany John O., house Hovey, near Belmont 
Chany Samuel, boards J. O. Chany's, Hovey 
riHAPra GEORGE H., pub. N. E. Illustrated 
\J (257 Washington, B.), house Palfrey [Arsenal 

Chase Charles, clerk (Newton), bds. Mrs. Sarah Chase's, 
Chase Frank A., overseer weave-room iEtna mill, house 

River, opposite Bemis station 
Chase Freeman, boards Mrs. Sarah Chase's, Arsenal 
Chase Harvey B., designer iEtna mill, house River, cor- 
ner Bridge 
Chase Henry, agent for N. E. Society for Special Advice, 

house Chestnut, near Main 
Chase Lewson E., steam governors(36 Charlestown, B.), 

house Williams, near Galen 
Chase Sarah, widow of Charles, h. Arsenal, near Patten 
Cheney Charles W. boards J. M. Draper's, Walnut 
Chickering Samuel, house Riverside place 
Childs Charles S., foreman (Cambridge cemetery), house 

Coolidge avenue, near Cambridge line 
Cian John, laborer, boards Robert Elder's, Mt. Auburn 
Claflin Rodman F., house Mt. Auburn, near Palfrey 
Clark Almira, widow of Benjamin, h. Grove, c. Arlington 
Clark Belinda, widow of Patrick, h. River, n. JEtna, mills 
Clark Bridget Mrs., house River, near ^Etna mills 
Clark Charles A., moulder, h. Summer, near White's av. 
Clark Charles E., foreman U. R. Co. stables, also fruit 
and confectionery, Main, near Cross, boards George 
E. Pike's, Spring 
Clark Delia E. Miss, boards Horace Clark's, Church 
Clark Eliza A., wid. of Jacob, h. Summer, n. White's av. 
Clark Francis F., flagman Grove street crossing F. R. R., 

house Grove, next railroad 
Clark Horace, house Church, near Summer 



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Clark Win, H., soldier U. S. Arsenal, house do. 

Clarke C. Atherton, engines, machinery, etc. (36 Oliver, 
B.), boards H. W. Clarke's, Summer 

Clarke Henry W., engines, machinery, etc. (36 Oliver, 
B.), house Summer, corner Spring 

Cleary Daniel, starch maker, h. Water, n. starch factory 

Cleary Patrick, starch maker, h. Water, near factory 

Cleary Thomas, laborer, house Spring, near Summer 

Clellan John, marketman Stearn & Robinson (Brighton), 
boards Mrs. Horace Jennison's, Watertown 

Cleveland L. Sidney, com. traveler (11 Otis, B.), house 
Fayette, near White's avenue 

Clifford Jeremiah, teamster, h. Summer, near White's av. 

Clifford John jr., boot and shoemaker, Main, corner Cross, 
house Summer, near Forest 

Clifford John H., overseer spinning room iEtna Mills, h. 
at Newton 

Clifford Timothy, agent (B.), rms. Miss Sarah F. Bradlee's, 
Main, opppsite M. E. church 

Cline Mary Mrs., house Forest, near Fayette 

Cobb Freeman W., clerk J. H. Snow, h. Arsenal, n. Taylor 

Coburn Benjamin, shoemaker, house Market, near Main 

Coffee John, flagman Howard street crossing, house Pleas- 
ant, corner Howard [Forest 

Coffey Cornelius, stove-plate scratcher, house Summer, n. 

Coffey Thomas, laborer, house Summer, near Forest 

Coffin Gardner S., lock and blacksmith (39 Merchants 
row, B.), house Boyd, at Newton line 

Coffin John N., house Arlington, near Mt. Auburn 

Coffin John W. (Coffin & Magee), grist mill, Main, opp. 
Spring, house Mt. Auburn, near F. R. R. 

Coffin Thomas, at Walker & Pratt Mnfg. Co., house For- 
est, near Main 

Coffin Zachariah T., soldier U. S. Arsenal, boards do. 

Coffin William, house Morse, near Jewett 

Coffin & Magee (John W. Coffin and James W. Magee), 
grist mill, Main, opposite Spring 

Cofran Asa A., expressman Critchett & Son, house Wa- 
tertown, near Galen 

Coglin Robert, soldier U. S. Arsenal, boards do. 

Colburn Enoch S., concrete paver David F. Tripp, house 
Spring, near Fayette 

Colby Joel W., messenger (40 Water, room 1, B.), bds. 
Maple, on Newton line 

Colby Thomas R., needle maker, house Galen, opp. Boyd 

Cole Alton B., moulder Walker & Pratt Mnfg. Co., house 
Summer, near Spring 

Coleman William, laborer, house Grove, n. Bemis station 

Colligan Ann, widow of Dorainick, house Brook 



214 WATERTOWN [C] DIRECTORY. 

Colligan Charles A., stove-mounter, bds. Ann Colligan's, 
Brook [Brook 

Colligan Edward, paper-box maker, bds. Ann Colligan's, 

Colligan Michael B., stove-mounter Walker & Pratt Mnfg. 
Co., house Arsenal, near Irving 

Collins Frederick, paper-hangings, Newton, boards Eben 
F. McKellar's, Morse 

COLLINS HENRY (Collins & Co.), paper-hang- 
ings, etc., Barnard block, Main, house Mt. Auburn, 

opposite Summer (see back cover) 
Collins John F., soldier U. S. Arsenal, boards do. 
Collins Lucy H., widow of Norris, house Mt. Auburn, op- 
posite Summer 
COLLINS & CO. (Henry Collins), paper-hangings, 
etc., Barnard blk., Main, opp. Spring (see back cover) 
Collupy Robert, carpenter, house Common street place 
Colraan William, laborer, h. Grove, near Bemis station 
Comstock Fannie A. Miss, teacher, bds. Sanford Phipps', 

Green 
Comstock William G., peddler, h. Green, corner Pleasant 
Conant Abigail G., wid. of Cyrus K., b. Pleasant, n. Green 
Conant Arthur L., tinsmith Walker & Pratt Mnfg. Co., 

house Winter 
Conant Caroline A. Miss, boards B. O. Wilson's, Main 
Conant John H., ship broker (43 Commercial, B.), house 

Pleasant, near Green 
Conant Marvel J., commission merchant (22 So. Market, 

B.), house Elton avenue, Norwood park 
Condon John, laborer, house rear Main, near K. R. R. 
Condon John J., paper maker, b. John Condon's, r. Main 
Condon Mary, widow of David, h. Pleasant, near Cross 
Condon Patrick, laborer, house Summer, n. White's av. 
Connell Edward, moulder, boards David Trask's, Main 
Connell John, laborer, house River, near Bemis station 
Connell John jr., at ^Stna mill, b. John Connell's, River 
Connelly Anthony, laborer, house Market, near Irving 
Connelly Michael, soldier U. S. Arsenal, boards do. 
Connelly Michael, laborer, house Cottage place 
Connelly Simon Mrs., house Brook 
Connelly Simon, soldier U. S. Arsenal, house do. 
Connelly Stephen, laborer, house rear Pleasant, n. Cross 
Connor Mary, widow of Daniel, h. River, n. iEtna mills 
Connors James, laborer, house Grove, n. Bemis station 
Connors John J., carpenter, house Cross, near railroad 
Connors Mary E. Mrs., house Cross 

Conroy Mary, wid. of Michael, h. rear Main, n. F. R. R. 
Conroy Michael, mason, house rear Main, near F. R. R. 
Conway Mary, wid. of Michael, house California, n. Wa- 

tertown 



WATEKTOWN [C] DIRECTORY. 215 

Cook R. Frank, express driver, house Water, near Galen 
Coolidge Austin J., N. E. Machine Co. (33 Haverhill, B.), 

house Mt. Auburn, corner Irving 
Coolidge Frank E., farmer, b. John Coolidge's, Mt.Auburn 
Coolidge Herbert, insurance (48 Kilby, B.), boards John 

Coolidge's, Mt. Auburn 
Coolidge John, farmer, h. Mt. Auburn, near Arlington 
Coolidge Joshua, farmer, house Belmont, cor. Arlington 
Coolidge Mary, wid. of Josiah, h. Mt. Vernon, c. Irving 
Coolidge Mary E. Miss, b. Mrs. Mary S. Coolidge's, Grove 
Coolidge Mary S., wid. of John, h. Grove, n. Coolidge av. 
Coolidge Sumner, student (Harvard University, Cam- 
bridge), boards John Coolidge's 
Coolidge Wendell P., farmer, boards Joshua Coolidge's, 
Belmont [cor. Arlington 

Coombs C. Everett, clerk (450 Washington, B.), h. Grove, 
Coombs S. Henry, bookkeeper (141 Federal, B.), house 
Thaxter, n. Main [n. Mt. Auburn 

Coon J. H. L., grocer, Otis Bros, block, Main, h. Palfrey, 
Cooney Daniel, driver U. R. Co., bds. Matthew Cooney's, 

Arsenal 
Cooney Matthew, laborer, house Arsenal, near Taylor 
Cooney Matthew jr., boards Matthew Cooney's, Arsenal 
Cooney Matthew J., driver U. R. Co., house Arsenal, near 

Taylor 
Cooper Eliza, widow of Hiram, house Green, near Main 
Corcoran Catharine, widow of John, house foot Cottage 
Corcoran Patrick, paper-maker, house Pleasant, n. Cross 
Corcoran Timothy, at paper mill, h. r. Pleasant, n. Cross 
Corcoren Catharine Mrs., house Spring, near Summer 
Corne William F., commission (202 State, B.), house 

Williams, near Galen 
Corrigan Michael B., pattern-fitter, h. Arsenal, n. Irving 
Corsou William W. (558 Washington, B.), house Pal- 
frey, opposite White's avenue 
Courtney Michael, laborer, house Pleasant, above Howard 
Coveney Dennis, laborer, house Pleasant, corner Cross 
Cox Barney C, clerk (187 State, B.), h. Palfrey, n. Pearl 
Cox John A., florist, boards William Cox's, off Cottage 
Cox Matthew, boots and shoes (21 High, B.), house 

Boyd, corner Jewett 
Cox Sarah, widow of Benjamin, house Cottage place 
Cox Thomas, bookbinder Riverside Press (Cambridge- 
port), house Cottage place 
Cox William, carpenter U. R. Co. (Dunster, Cambridge), 

house off Cottage 
Cox William J., bookbinder Riverside Press (Cambridge- 
port), boards Wm. Cox's, off Cottage 
Crafts Ellen M. Miss, teacher High school, boards Mrs. 
Mary E. Crafts', Franklin 



216 WATERTOWN" [(]] DIRECTORY. 

Crafts Hattie B. Miss, private school Mary E. Crafts, 

Franklin, boards do. 
Crafts Mary E., widow of Joseph, h. Franklin, n. Walnut 
Craigie William,at soap factory,b. E. S. Colburn's, Spring 
Crawford Calvin D., farmer estate Josiah Stickney, house 
Riverside place [erside pi. 

Crawford Fred. E., law student, b. C. D. Crawford's, Riv- 
Crawford Harry A., market man C. D. Crawford, River- 
side place, boards do. [h. Franklin 
Critchett Fred. E. (Critchett & Sawyer), clothing, Main, 
Critchett James H. (Critchett & Son), Main, cor. Spring, 

and (91 Kilby, B.), house Summer, corner Pearl 
Critchett James O. (Critchett & Son), Main, cor. Spring, 

house Patten, near Mt. Auburn 
Critchett Wm. M., bookkeeper (05 Summer, B.), boards 

James H. Critchett's, Summer 
Critchett & Sawyer (Fred. E. Critchett and Herbert H. 
Sawyer), clothing and gents' furnishing goods, Bar- 
nard block, Main 
Critchett & Son (James H. and James O. Critchett), ex- 
press, Main, corner Spring, and (91 Kilby, B.) 
Croft Michael, moulder, house Winter, near Summer 
Croft Patrick W., pattern-fitter, house Arsenal, n. Irving 
Cronan John, laborer, b. Michael Welch'SjCommon st. pi. 
Crowley Mary Mrs., house Main, near Cross 
Crump Richard, butler Mrs. Ann R. Adams, School, h. 

Mt. Auburn, near R. R. bridge 
Cummings Andrew, house Patten, near Mt. Auburn 
Cummings Chas. W., mason, bds. A. Cummings', Patten 
Cummings Ferdinand T., mason, Patten, near Mt. Au- 
burn, boards do. 
Cunniff John, soldier U. S. Arsenal, boards do. 
CunnifF Martin, iron-moulder, house Glen, near Water 
Cunningham John, moulder Walker & Pratt Mnfg. Co., 

house Market, near Irving 
Cunningham Thomas, stone-cutter Stokes, Donahoe & 

Co., house at North Brighton 
Curran Thomas, laborer, h. Common [c. Taylor 

Curtis Ira T., express, b. Thomas P. Emerson's, Arsenal, 
Curtis Levi, driver U. R. Co., house Palfrey 
Cusack Thomas, farmhand Waldo Adams, School, boards 

Mt. Auburn, near School 
Cushing Sylvanus L., express, house Galen, cor. Water 
Cushing William, furniture (44 Boylston, B.), house 

Main, near Cuba 
Cusick George, laborer, house Summer, near Forest 
Cusick Thomas, blacksmith, h. Arsenal, n. Coolidge av. 
Cutler Sarah, widow of Silas, boards Spring Hotel 
Cutter Catharine G., widow of Stephen, boards C. A. 
Binney's, Arlington 



WATERTOWN [D] DIRECTORY. 217 



DACY OWEN, laborer, house Main street court 
Dadmun Edward T., student, b. W. H. Dadmun's,Fayette 
Dadmun Etta B. Miss, principal East grammar school, 

boards Wm. H. Dadmun's, Fayette 
Dadmun Harry E., clerk Walker & Pratt Mnfg. Co., 21 

and 23 Galen, house Riverside place 
Dadmun Mary Miss, dressmaker, house Main, cor. Cross 
Dadmun William H., surveyor of lumber, house Fayette, 

near Church 
Dalby Thomas A., at silk factory, house Jewett, n. Bond 
Daley Anthony J., needlemaker Porter Needle Co., bds. 

at Waltham 
Dalton Chas. C, boards A. B. Rogers', Fayette 
Dalton Clarence, laborer, bds. E. H. Brown's, Main 
Daly Chas., butcher, Belmont, near Arlington, house Mt. 

Auburn, corner Arlington 
Daly Michael, at dyehouse, bds. John Kenny's, Main 
Dana Emma Miss, house Mt. Auburn, near Main 
Dardis James, house rear Main, near F. R. R. 
Dardis James jr., laborer, boards James Dardis', rear 

Main, near F. R. R. 
Dardis John, sash and blind maker, h. r. Main, n. F. R. R. 
Dardis Michael, carriage-painter, boards James Dardis', 

rear Main, near F. R. R. 
Dardis Thos., laborer, b. Jas. Dardis', r. Main, n. F. R. R. 
Davenport Albert M., salesman (107 Washington, B.), 

house Grove, near Coolidge avenue 
Davenport Charles, house Grove, near Coolidge avenue 
Davidson Albert O., agent iEtna mills, house Bridge,near 

Bemis station 
Davidson George (450 Washington, B.), house Irving 
Davidson Irving H., cotton and wool broker (11 Central, 

B.), boards A. O. Davidson's, Bridge 
Davis Arthur E. s asst. sec. State Board of Health (State 

House, B.), house Riverside place 
Davis Bancroft C, house Riverside place 
Davis George, bookkeeper (56 Long wharf, B.), boards 

Thomas Smith's, Watertown 
Davis John, house Green, corner Chestnut 
Davis Lydia M. Miss,dressmaker, h. Mt. Auburn, c. Taylor 
Davis Martha W. Mrs., house Riverside place 
Davis Robert L., weigher and gauger (47 Broad, B.), 

house Winter, near Summer 
Day George H., supt. Union Market Stock yards, boards 

Union Market Hotel 
Dean Chas. A., vice-president Hollingsworth & Whitney 

Co., house at Boston 
Decker Charles S., conductor U. R. Co., bds. Stephen 

Decker's, Fayette, near Pearl 



218 WATERTOWtf [D] DIRECTORY. 

Decker Stephen, house Fayette, near Pearl 

Dedricks George B., at Knapp Shade Roller Co., house 

Middle, near Myrtle 
Delany Wm., works in iEtna mill, h. River, n. the mills 
Delay Daniel, laborer iEtna mills, b. Mary Delay's, River 
Delay Jeremiah, at iEtna mill, bds. Mary Delay's, River 
Delay Mary, widow of Daniel, h. River, near iEtna mills 
Derby Henry C, tripe manufacturer (Abattoir, Brighton) 

and (24 So. Market, B. ), h. Watertown, opp. Morse 
Desmond Dennis, papermaker, house Pleasant, n. Cross 
Devany Dennis, laborer, b. John Hughes', off Market 
Devany James, laborer, b. Patrick Devany's, Arsenal 
Devany John, laborer, bds. Patrick Devany's, Arsenal 
Devany Patrick, laborer, house Arsenal, near Main 
Deverse James, salesman (512 Washington, B.), house 

Arsenal, opposite IT. S. Arsenal 
Dewire Patrick, laborer, house Summer, n. White's av. 
Dexter Mary Mrs., house Galen, near Boyd 
Dexter Walter, clerk, house Galen, near Boyd 
Dickinson John D., dentist (3 Winter, B.), house Win- 
ter, near Summer 
Diedrichs George B., shade painter at Knapp Shade 

Roller Co., house Middle, near Main 
Dimick Daniel B., boards O. W. Dimick's, Franklin 
Dimick Orlando W., master Wells school (Blossom, cor. 

McLean, B.), house Franklin, near Mt. Auburn 
Doherty John, gardener, house Orchard, near Carroll 
Dolon Nancy, house off Pleasant, near Cross 
Donahoe Michael J. (Stokes, Donahoe & Co.), granite 

worker, Arsenal, house at Brighton 
Donahoe Patrick, laborer, b. Mrs. Catharine Corcoran's, 

Spring [boards at Brighton 

Donahoe Ralph, stone-cutter Stokes, Donahoe <fc Co., 
Donlan Caroline, wid. of Thomas, h. Cottage, n. F. R. R. 
Donlan Thomas jr., laborer, b. Caroline Donlan's, Cottage 
Donovan Ann, widow of Patrick, h. Forest, n. Summer 
Donovan Christopher, laborer, house Forest, n. Summer 
Donovan Cornelius, weaver iEtna mill, bds. ^Etna House 
Donovan Daniel J., shirt-cutter, bds. Thomas Gary's, Main 
Doody Edward, laborer, boards Patrick Doody's, Cottage 
Doody Patrick, laborer, house Cottage, near F. R. R. 
Dooley James, boots and shoes, Mt. Auburn, near Main, 

house Green, near Main [Spring 

Dorney Patrick, saloon, Pleasant, boards Kate Cahill's, 
Dorr Abby Miss, boards Mt. Auburn, corner Arlington 
Dougherty Edward H., hostler, h. Water, near Galen 
Douglas James H., carpenter, house Main, near Myrtle 
Dow Benjamin H., iron moulder Walker & Pratt Mnfg. 

Co., boards Jonas Phelps', Riverside place 



WATERTOWN" [D] DIRECTORY. 219 

Dowd James, watchman Walker & Pratt Mnfg. Co., 

house Cross, corner Pleasant 
Dowd Michael, moulder, boards James Dowd's, Cross 
Downing Patrick, laborer, house Fayette, near Forest 
Downing Richard, laborer, house Fayette, n. Cushman 
Downs Frank, laborer, house Common st. place 
Downs Henry W., sewing silk and machine twist mnfr. 

(5 Chauncy, B.), house Jewett, corner Morse 
Downs Thomas, laborer, house Hovey 
Doyle Andrew, workman iEtna mill, house River, near 
Bemis' station [corner Water 

Doyle George, machinist Porter Needle Co., house Galen, 
Doyle Michael, laborer, h.Cottage, n. Mt.Auburn cemetery 
Doyle Patrick, laborer, boards Ann Ragan's, Pleasant 
Doyle Patrick, starch maker, bds. Ann Ragan's, Pleasant 
Drake Frank H., machinist (B.),h. Marshall, n. Mt. Auburn 
Drake Nathan, market gardener, h. Coolidge av., n. Grove 
Draper George E., conductor IJ. R. Co., h. r. Walnut 
Draper Jonathan M., cattle broker, house rear Walnut, 

near Franklin 
Drew Atwood D., boot and shoe maker and repairer, 

Main, corner Spring, house Spring, corner Fayette 
Drew Fred. G., driver Howard & Bros., boards Gardner 

Mosman's, Water 
Dunham Douglas A., clerk (1 Winthrop square, B.), 

boards F. T. Fay's, Winter 
Dunn Mercy C, widow of George F., boards Arad Bai- 
ley's, Mt. Auburn 
Dunne Agnes R., widow of John, h. Boyd, n. Galen sq. 
Dunne George C., agent Portland Stone Ware Co. (8 
Liberty square, Boston), boards Agnes R. Dunne's, 
Boyd, near Galen square 
Dunne J. Herbert, clerk (41 Summer, Boston), boards 

Agnes R. Dunne's, Boyd 
Dunphy Patrick J.,clerk(Tremont, corner Court, Boston), 

house Common street place 
Dupee George H., provisions (Centre st., Newton), house 

Morse, near Jewett 
Dutton Albert, bookkeeper (72 Sudbury, B.),h. Elton av. 
Dwyer James H., clerk B. McSherry, Galen, h. Summer 
Dwyer John, house Main, near Cuba 
Dwyer John, house Summer, near White's avenue 
Dwyer John F., coachman G. N. March, Palfrey, house 

Summer, near White's avenue 
Dwyer Patrick, laborer, house Summer, near White's av. 
Dyer Freeman M. (Hardy, Dyer & Co.), planing mill, 

Pleasant, house at Boston 
Dyer Isaac II., marketman (stand Quincy market, B.), 
house Franklin, near Walnut 
14 



220 WATERTOWN [E] DIRECTORY. 

Dyer John J. (Hardy, Dyer & Co,), planing mill, Cres- 
cent, house at Boston 

Dyer William B. (Hardy, Dyer & Co.), planing mill, 
Pleasant, house at Boston 

EAGLESON WILLIAM A., cook (Marblehead), house 

Market, near Irving 
Eames Seth J. (Plaisted & Earaes), provisions, boards E. 

S. Plaisted's, Riverside place 

EARLE EDWARD B., mnfr. coffees, spices, 
chocolate, importer and jobber in teas and fancy 

groceries (63 and 65 Commercial, B.), house Galen, 

near Boyd (see page 12) 
Earle James H., publisher (178 Washington, B.), house 

Galen, near Boyd 
Eaton Edward B., treas. Hollingsworth & Whitney Co., 

house Fayette, near Spring 
Eaton Fred., teamster Hollingsworth & Whitney Co. 

boards David Trask's, Main 
Edgcomb Freeman H., patternmaker, house Patten 
Edgcomb Nellie C, bookkeeper Otis Bros., Main, boards 

Freeman Edgcomb's, Patten 
Edwards William, house Fayette, corner Church 
Edwards Wm. H., b. Wm. Edwards', Fayette, c. Church 
Elder Robert, farmer Waldo Adams, School, house Mt. 

Auburn, near School 
Elder Samuel, machinist (B.), house Cottage 
Eldridge Ellen Mrs., house Spring, corner Summer 
Elliott Frederic, hosiery knitter, Arsenal, June. Market, 

house do. 
Elliott N. K. Mrs., house Maple, near Newton line 
Elliott Sterling, inventor, house Maple, n. Newton line 
Ellis Ruth Mrs., boards Jonas Phelps', Riverside place 
Ellison Malcolm, laborer, house Main, opp. Mt. Auburn 
Emerson Bertha L., teacher primary school No. 2, boards 

J. H. Norcross', Common 
Emerson Thomas P., Watertown, Mt. Auburn, and Bos- 
ton express, Spring, near R. R., and (15 Devonshire, 

75 Kilby, 34 Court square, B.), house Arsenal, corner 

Taylor [Williams 

Emerson Wm. H., clerk (1 High, B.), bds. L. E. Chase's, 
Emery Aaron F., boots and shoes (100 Pearl, B.), house 

Galen, corner Morse 
Ensign Charles S., lawyer, house Galen, near Boyd 
Evans James D., salesman (10 Commercial, B.), house 

Belmont, near Hovey 
Ewen James, in the paper mill, h. rear Pleasant, n. Green 
Ewen Thomas, at Hollingsworth & Whitney's, boards 

James Ewen's, Pleasant 



WATERTOWN [J 1 ] DIRECTORY. 221 

FAGAN JAS. H., harnessmaker and carriage trimmer, 

Mt. Auburn, n. R. R. bridge, h. Williams, n. Galen 
Fahey Bridget, wid. of Martin, h. Sltmmer, n. White's av. 
Fahey James, papermaker, house Pleasant, near Cross 
Fahey Martin, coremaker, b. Wm. Manning's, Mt. Auburn 
Fahey Patrick A., boards Bridget Fahey's, Summer, near 

White's avenue 
Fairbanks Geo., laborer S. R. Payson, h. Common st. pi. 
Fancy Geo. E., carpenter, house Green, near Main 
Farnsworth Earl P., clerk I. W. Pinkham, h. at Newton 
Farnum Thomas, wool sorter, house Water 
Farrell Bartholomew, laborer, house Middle, near Main 
Farrell John, house Pleasant, near Galen 
Farrell John M., carpenter, h. California, n. Watertown 
Farrell Patrick, laborer, house off Watertown, n. Newton 
Farwell Isaacjr. (I. Farwell jr. & Co.), silk manufacturers, 

Morse, house at Newton N 
Farwell I. jr. & Co. (Isaac Farwell jr.), silk manufacturers, 

Morse, near Watertown (office, 92 Arch, B.) 
Farwell Wm. E., bookkeeper Coffin & Magee, Main, 

house Summer, corner Winter 
Faxon George F., shirt cutter Simons, Hatch & Whit- 
ten, boards Harriet N. Faxon's, Chestnut, near Main 
Faxon Harriet N., widow of Caleb, h. Chestnut, n. Main 
Fay Bridget, widow of Martin, house Forest, n. Fayette 
Fay Frank T., clerk E. O. Jennison, Main, house Winter, 

corner Church 
Fay Wm. J., butcher, house Arsenal, opp. U. S. Arsenal 
Feeley Daniel, laborer, boards Kate Cahill's, Spring 
Feeley Patrick, laborer, boards Kate Cahill's, Spring 
Feeny Hugh, blacksmith Stokes, Donahoe & Co., house 

at Belmont 

Ferden Martin, laborer, boards Thomas Ferden's, Arsenal 

Ferden Thomas, painter, house Arsenal, near Main 

Ferden Wm., carriage painter, b. Thos. Ferden's, Arsenal 

Fernald Eliza H., widow of Hiram, house Mt. Auburn, 

corner Irving [line 

Fewkes Jesse, carver Gilkey & Stone, h. Maple,on Newton 

Field Edwin T., teamster Wm. H. Perkins, house Green, 

near Main [Newton 

Fields George, wood-turner Gilkey & Stone, house at 

Finnegan John, works at ^Etna mills, house River, near 

Bemis station [negan's, River 

Finnegan John jr., in dye-house ^Etna mills, b. John Fin- 

Finnegan Michael, puller at iEtna mills, boards John 

Finnegan's, River 
Finnerty William, hostler, house Water, near Galen 
Finton Dennis, stone-mason, house Forest, near R. R. 
Fisher David, gardener estate of Miss Mary Pratt, Bel- 
mont, boards on the place 



222 WATERTOWtf [J 1 ] DIRECTORY. 

Fisher Edward H., painter, bds. Michael Fisher's, Brook 
Fisher James, laborer, house Orchard, near Carroll 
Fisher John, teamster Pevear & Russell, house Market, 

near Arsenal 
Fisher Michael, laborer, house Brook 
Fitch Austin G., house Main, opposite Cuba 
Fitz Charles F., bookkeeper (Union National Bank 40 

State, B.), house Common, near Mt. Auburn 
Fitzgerald Edward, carpenter, house Forest r near Main 
Fitzgerald Patrick, boards Edward Fitzgerald's, Forest 
Fitzpatrick James F., gardener W. W. Treat, Coolidge 

avenue, boards do. 
Fitzsimmons Bernard, teamster Pevear & Russell, house 

Arsenal, near Irving [h. do. 

Fitzwilliam Edward, lager beer dealer, Main, n. Chestnut, 
Flagg Isabella J., house Mt. Auburn, near Palfrey 
Flagg James H., grocer, Mt. Auburn, near railroad bridge, 

house Cushing, Cambridge 
Flanders Alexander, at Walker & Pratt Mnfg. Co., house 

Galen, corner Water 
Flanders David, stove polisher Walker & Pratt Mnfg. 

Co., house Winter, near Summer 
Flanders Martha, widow of Peter, b. H. B. Chase's, River 
Flannery James, hack driver George B. Stockwell, boards 

P. J. Flannery's, Waverley 
Flannery John F., mason, house Forest, near Main 
Flannery Patrick J., gas mnfr. U. S. Arsenal, house Wa- 
verley, corner Summer 
Flannigan John, stone-cutter (Cambridge), boards Kate 

Cahill's, Spring 
Flannigan John, trunkmaker (B.), bds. Mrs. Winnifred 

Flannigan's, Galen 
Flannigan Winnifred Mrs., house Galen, n. Watertown 
Flemming Timothy, farmer Bradshaw Whitney, bds. do. 
Fletcher Samuel W. (Fletcher & Towne), grocer, River, 

corner Bridge, house at Newton 
Fletcher Warren G., clerk J. H. Grant, Mt. Auburn, h. 

Mt. Auburn, corner Cottage 
Fletcher & Towne (Samuel W. Fletcher and Pliny F. 

Towne), grocers, River, corner Bridge 
Flint David B., house School, near Mt. Auburn 
Flohr Andrew Lewis, painter, house Cuba, near Main 
Flood Ann Mrs., house Grove, near Pleasant 
Flood Patrick J., boards Mrs. Ana Flood's, Grove 
Flynn Catharine, widow of Michael, h. Arsenal, n. Patten 
Foley Benjamin F., house Morse, near Galen square 
Foley James, at starch factory, bds. John Kenny's, Main 
Foley James (Warren Soap Mnfg. Co.), Water and 143 

Federal, house at Boston 



WATERTOWN [(}] DIRECTORY. 223 

Foley John T., carriage painter, Taylor, near Arsenal, 

boards Summer, corner Pearl 
Foley Michael, laborer, house River, near JEtna mills 
Foley Thomas, starch maker, house r. Main, near Myrtle 
Foley William C, blacksmith, Taylor, corner Arsenal, 

house Summer, corner Pearl 
Ford John, boards Mrs. Ford's, Forest 
Ford Patrick Mrs., house Forest, near Summer 
Ford Thomas, grocer, Main, above Cross, house do. 
Forest Michael A., sergeant of ordnance U. S. Arsenal, 

house Market, on Arsenal grounds 
Foskett George W., pianomaker (Chickering's, B.), house 

Wheelers, Riverside 
Foster Christopher, groceries and provisions (336 and 

338 Atlantic avenue, B.), h. Nichols av., n. F. R. R. 
Fowler Rebecca, widow of George, h. Cross, near Main 
Fox Thomas, farmer, boards Main, near Waltham line 
Fraser Jacob M., paper-hanger, boards J. H. Fraser's, 

Gilkey court 
Fraser James H., carpenter iEtna mills, h. Gilkey court 
Frazar Abbott M., naturalist, boards George Frazar's, Mt. 

Auburn, near School [School 

Frazar George, house Mt. Auburn, between Arlington and 
Frazar George B., naturalist (168 Tremont, B.), boards 

(George Frazar's 
French Abner, foreign and domestic fruit (25 Union, B.), 

boards A. G. Fitch's, Main 
French Joseph A., postal clerk, house Fayette, n. Church 
French Maria M., widow of George, house Mt. Auburn. 

corner Cottage 
French Thomas L., mason, Lexington, near Main, h. do. 
Fuller Jeremiah, painter, house Market, opposite Union 

Market Hotel 
Fuller Moses, accountant, house 2 Taylor, n. Mt. Auburn 
Fuller Sarah S. Miss, bds. Oliver Shaw's, Mt. Auburn 

GAFFNEY PHILIP, junk, house Main, near Myrtle 
Gallagher Ellen, wid. of Patrick, h. Grove, n. ^Etna mill 
Gallagher Fergus, sash and blind maker, boards P. Gal- 
lagher's, Cross 
Gallagher Hugh, laborer, house Arsenal, near Patten 
Gallagher John, sash and blind maker, boards Hugh 

Gallagher's, Arsenal 
Gallagher Owen, starch maker, house Water, near factory 
Gallagher Patrick, laborer, house Cross, near Main 
Gallagher Patrick J., tripe cleaner, boards Hugh Gal- 

laher's, Arsenal 
Gallagher Richard, moulder, boards John Dardis', rear 
Main, near R. R. 



224 WATERTOW^ [6] DIRECTORY. 

Gallagher Thomas, at Am. Watch Co. (Waltham), boards 

Ellen Gallagher's, Grove 
Galvin Eliza, widow of Timothy, h. Pleasant, n. Cross 
Galvin Kate Miss, music teacher, Pleasant, near Cross, 

house do. 
Galvin Maurice P., peddler, h. 1 C block, near Myrtle 
Gammans Wm. B., house Gilkey avenue 
Gardner Charles B., shipping clerk S. Walker & Co. 

(Somerville), house Winter, opposite Cross 
Gatter Albert, moulder Walker, Pratt & Co., rooms G. 

H. Keen's, Gilkey avenue 
Gatter Frederick, moulder, house Arsenal, near Patten 
Gaul way William, house Watertown, near Newton line 
Gavin Benjamin, gardener Wm. H. Pray, Irving, b. do. 
Gavin John J., clerk Thomas Gavin, Main, near Cross, 

boards do. 
Gavin Thomas, coal and wood, Main, near Cross, h. do. 
Gavin Thomas, at Gas house, boards Mrs. Wm. Man- 
ning's, Mt. Auburn 
Gavin Thomas J., clerk Thos. Gavin, Main, n. Cross, b. do. 
George Abigail L., house Church, near Summer 
Gibbons John Rev., asst. pastor St. Patrick's church, 

house Main, near Green 
Gilkey James EL, clerk Gilkey & Stone, house Phillips, 

near Garnet [Mt. Auburn 

Gilkey Lucy M., widow of R. Frank, house Irving, near 
Gilkey Royal (Gilkey & Stone), lumber, Irving, corner 

Arsenal, also Gilkey Steam Mill Co., house Irving, 

near Mt. Auburn 

GILKEY STEAM MILL CO., Arsenal (see 
page 6) 
Gilkey Welcome, master mariner, h. Irving, n. Mt. Auburn 

GILKEY & STONE (Royal Gilkey and Joseph H. 
Stone), lumber. Arsenal, corner Irving (see page 6) 
Gilky Helena Miss, boards Robert F. Home's, Parker 
Gill Eliza, widow of James, h. Belmont, n. Waltham line 
Gill James E., farmer, house Belmont, n. Waltham line 
Gillespie Robert, bookkeeper A. D. Henderson, Arsenal, 

boards at Brighton 
Girard John, blacksmith John Ross, Spring, boards E. S. 

Colburn's, Spring 
Glaab Leonard, boot and shoe repairer, Mt. Auburn, near 

railroad bridge, h. Cushing, n. Belmont, Cambridge 
Gleason John, saloon, Galen, near Water, house do. 
Gleason Michael, wool-puller, house Spring, n. F. R. R. 
Gleason Patrick, laborer, house Summer, near Forest 

GLEASON SAMUEL S., postmaster and (Gleason 
& Co.), auctioneers, 38 Main, house Fayette, near 
White's avenue (see page 310) 



WATERTOWN [(}] DIRECTORY. 225 

GLEASON & CO. (Samuel S. Gleason and Geo. 
E. Adams), auctioneers, store Main, corner Galen 
(see page 310) 
Glennan William, stone-cutter Stokes, Donahoe & Co., 

house at Belmont 
Glen Park Hotel, Geo. W. Sawin, prop., off Coolidge 

avenue, near Arlington 
Glidden Allen, laborer, house Water, near Galen 
Glidden Charles, at stock yards, h. Walnut, n. Arsenal 
Glidden Elbridge, teamster, house Spring, n. Fayette 
Glidden John H., station agent East Watertown station 

F. R. R., Arlington, h. Arlington, opp. the depot 
Glines J. J., photographer, Otis Bros, block, Main, house 

at Newton 
Glynn John, laborer, house Cottage, near F. R. R. 
Glynn Michael, driver Emerson's express, house r. Main, 

near Chestnut 
Godfrey Charles, at iEtna mills, boards ^Etna House 
Goding Emulous L., laborer, house Galen, near Water 
Golding Michael, works iEtna mill, h. River, n. the mill 
Goodman Mary Miss, at dye house, boards Mt. Auburn, 

corner Summer 
Goodman Proctor, hostler Wm. Tourtellott, Lexington, 
house Cross [Arlington 

Goodrich Etta Miss, bookkeeper John H. Glidden, 
Goodnow John, laborer, h. Main, near Waltham line 
Goodwin Andrew, moulder, house Mt. Auburn, opposite 

Summer 
Goodwin L. A. Miss, bookkeeper Plaisted & Eames, 

boards Andrew Goodwin's, Mt. Auburn 
Goodwin George A., moulder, boards Andrew Goodwin's, 

Mount Auburn 
Goodwin John A., bookkeeper (20 Hawley, B.), house 

Main, near Waltham line 
Goodwin William, boards John Goodwin's, Main 
Goodwin William T. C, salesman (518 Washington, 

B.), boards John A. Goodwin's, Main 
Goss Alvina P., second asst. teacher High school, boards 

Hannah Home's, Phillips 
Goss Orrin, at paper mill, boards F. T. Fay's, Winter 
Grace Millard F., blacksmith at foundry, house Morse, 

near Jewett 
Grant Chas. H., sash and blind mnfr. Gilkey Steam Mill 
Co., also at (Washington, W. Newton), house Wal- 
nut, opposite Centre 
Grant Edmund, laborer, house Orchard, near Carroll 
Grant Joseph H., grocer, Mt. Auburn, opposite Belmont, 
house at Cambridge [fornia 

Gray Annie T. Miss, dressmaker, bds. Hugh Gray's, Cali- 



226 WATERTOWN [H] DIEECTORY. 

Gray Hugh, farmer, h. rear Watertown, n. Newton line 
Gray Hugh, laborer, house California, near Watertown 
Gray Maggie L. Miss, dressmaker, Otis Bros, block, Main, 

boards Hugh Gray's, California 
Green Caroline A. Miss, boards J. H. Green's, Phillips 
Green Charles A., carpenter, house off Market, n. Arsenal 
Green Charles H., clerk Plaisted & Eames, Main, house 
Palfrey, near Mt. Auburn [Newton line 

Green Christiana, widow of Patrick, h. Watertown, next 
Green James, at iEtna mills, bds. iEtna House, River 
Green Eleanor S. Miss, bookkeeper (Newton), boards J. 

H. Green's, Phillips 
Green J. Frank, clerk (F. R. R., Charlestown), house 

Mt. Auburn, corner Parker 
Green J. Henry, bookkeeper (35 Union, B.), house Phil- 
lips, near Mt. Auburn [Watertown 
Green Michael J., clerk (B.), b. Mrs. Christiana Green's, 
Greenhalgh Thomas, at Knapp Shade Roller Co., boards 
E. S. Colburn's, Spring [opp. Church 
Greenleaf William H.,plumber(17 Charles, B.),h. Palfrey, 
Greenwood Samuel G., salesman, house Walnut avenue 

GREGG ALEXANDER, undertaker and superin- 
tendent cemeteries, 15 Galen, house Riverside place 

(see page 310) [Auburn 

Gregg Charles A., clerk U. S. Arsenal, h. Phillips, u. Mt. 
Gregg George II., undertaker (Centre, Newton), house 

Summer, corner Winter [side place 

Gregg S. Albert, clerk Alexander Gregg, bds. do., River- 
Griffin Margaret, house Watertown, near Newton line 
Griffin Patrick, laborer, boards John Kenny's, Main 
Griffith James, moulder Walker & Pratt Manufacturing 

Co., house Main, near Cuba 
Griffith Wallace C, boards James Griffith's, Main 
Griswold Alexander, painter, Spring, near Main, house 

Main, corner Cross [burn pi. 

Griswold Henry, carriage-painter, h. Mt. Auburn, c. Au- 
Groeschner Alfred H. A., chemist, and (Warren Soap 

Mnfg. Co.), Water, house Myrtle, near Main 
Grogan Patrick, wool sorter iEtna mill, h. Grove, near 

Bemis station 
Groves Charles, moulder Walker & Pratt Manufacturing 

Co., house Mt. Auburn, near F. R. R. 
Gunther Clements, at iEtna mills, b. ^Etna House, River 

HACKETT BROS. (Francis J. and Thomas E. Hack- 

ett),- provisions, Galen, near Main 
Hackett Catharine, widow of Peter, h. Galen, n. Water 
Hackett Francis J. (Hackett Bros.), boards Catharine 

Hackett's, Galen 



WATERTOWN" [H] DIRECTORY. 227 

Hackett Thos. E. (Hackett Bros.), h. Galen, n. Water 
Hagar Warren G., printer Fred Barker, Main, house 80 

Main, near Cross 
Hales Alfred, carpenter, house White, near Orchard 
Halfpenny George, starch maker, h. Water, near factory 
Hall Albert B. (E. C. & A. B. Hall), grocer, Main, house 

Walnut, opposite Centre 
Hall Catharine, wid. of Thomas, h. r. Galen, n.Watertown 
Hall Edward C.(E. C. & A. B. Hall), grocer, Main, house 

Centre, near Walnut 
Hall E. C. & A. B. (Edward C. and Albert B. Hall), gro- 
cer, Noyes block, opp. town hall, Main 
Hall John, adjustable dress forms, Bigelow avenue, h. do. 
Hall Richard, laborer, h. Mt. Auburn, near the railroad 
Hallahan John J., mill picks (17 Bowker, B.), house 

Market, near TJ. S. Arsenal 
Halloran Patrick, gardener, h.s Spring, corner Palfrey 
Ham Joseph F., blacksmith, Riverside place, opposite 

Mt. Auburn, boards Spring Hotel 
Hamilton Edwin, farmer Waldo Adams, boards Robert 
Elder's, Mt. Auburn [n. Cross 

Hamilton Charles E., at Porter Needle Co., h. Pleasant, 
Hammond Llewellyn P., freight agent Union Market de- 
pot, house Irving, near Arsenal 
Hammond Orpha Mrs., boards L. P. Hammond's, Irving 
Hamrock Michael, laborer, house Arsenal, near Patten 
Hanagan Patrick, moulder, house Riverside place 
Hancock Agnes, widow of Henry, h. Spring, cor. Palfrey 
Hancock George, machine-tender paper mill, h. Fayette, 

near Spring 
Hancock Harriet, wid. of Joseph, h. Watertown, n. Galen 
Handron James, laborer, boards John Hughes', Arsenal 
Hanley Michael, at Mtna mills, b. JEtna House, River 
Hardy Augustus (Hardy, Dyer & Co.), planing mill, 
house at Boston 

HARDY, DYER & CO. (Augustus Hardy, John 
J. Dyer, Freeman M. Dyer, and William B. Dyer), 
planing and moulding mill, Pleasant, cor. Watertown 
square (see page 12) [Hyde Park 

Harmon Benjamin, needlemaker Porter Needle Co., h. at 
Harrigan Patrick, house-painter, h. off Market, near 
Arsenal [D. Drew's, Spring 

Harrington Edith F. Miss, asst. P.M. post-office, b. Atwood 
Harrington Isaac, printer (41 Federal, B.), rooms Louisa 
B. Atwood's, Mt. Auburn [h. do. 

Harrington Josephine, milliner, McMaster's block, Main, 
Harrington Thos., laborer, h. Watertown, n. Newton line 
Harrington Sarah L., widow of William C. S., house Bel- 
mont, near Waltham line 



228 WATERTOWN []J] DIRECTORY. 

Harris Susan, widow of Porter, h. Church, cor. Fayette 
Harris William P., clerk, boards Susan Harris', Church, 

corner Fayette 
Harris William W., mason, house Walnut, near R. R. 
Harrison James R., carpenter, h. Whitney's block, Main 
Hart Hugh, gardener, house Cuba, near Main 
Hart Hugh F., house Pleasant, near Cross 
Hartford James H., house Walnut, near F. R. R. 
Hartford John W., farmer, h. Market, n. Beechwood av. 
Hartford Nathan B., clerk Plaisted & Fames, bds. Wm. 

H. Howard's, Riverside place [n. Mt. Auburn 

Harthartz Charles, blacksmith W. C. Foley, h. Summer, 
Hartnett John, laborer, house Main street court 
Hartnett Patrick, laborer, house rear Main, near F. R. R. 
Hartnett Timothy J., plumber (Newton), house Maple 
Hart well Albert H., supt. Hollings worth & Whitney Co., 

house Palfrey, corner White's avenue 
Hartwell Julius R., freight agent (F. R. R., Charlestown), 

house Palfrey, near White's avenue 
Harvey Elizabeth, widow of Henry, house Palfrey, near 

Mt. Auburn 
Harvey James, at laundry, bds. E. S. Colburn's, Spring 
Harvey John W., carpenter U. S. Arsenal, h. at Brighton 
Harvey Patrick, laborer, house Pleasant, corner Howard 
Hatch Cornelius P. (Simons, Hatch & Whitten), Spring, 

near Fayette, boards at Boston 
Hatchfield William, blacksmith H. F. Merrifield, bds. do. 
Hathaway James A., proprietor Union Stock Market, 

Walnut, near Arsenal 
Hauck Wm., corporal of ordnance IT. S. Arsenal, h. do. 
Haviland Francis N. J., traveling agent (53 Broad, B.), 

boards John E. Cassidy's, Market, n. Beechwood av. 
Hawthorne Henry, silk weaver, boards Thomas Smith's, 

Watertown 
Hayden Adaline, wid. of Wm. E., h. Morse, n. the river 
Hayden Willie E., boards G. O. Brock's, Morse 
Hayes Michael, laborer, house Pleasant, corner Cross 
Haynes Alberto F., architect, house Irving, near Garnet 
Haynes Joseph P., shoemaker (Newton), house rear Main, 

near Cross [Irving 

Haynes Sarah A., widow of Zebediah, b. A. F. Haynes', 
Haynes Warren, asst. flagman F. R. R. Co., boards Geo. 

Bowen's, Cross [River 

Hayward Charles, works in mill, boards D. J. Boynton's, 
Hayward Herbert N., station agent Bemis station F. R. 

R., house do. [Mt. Auburn 

Hayward John, farmer Waldo Adams, bds. Robt. Elder's, 
Hayward Wm. H., laborer, b. Robt. Elder's, Mt. Auburn, 

near School 



WATERTOWN Q{] DIRECTORY. 229 

Hazen Eliza E. Miss, boards 8 Myrtle 

Hazen William H., machinist (35 Sudbury, B.), house 

Nichols avenue, near Bigelow avenue 
Heald Frank O., general ticket agent F. R. R., house Mt. 

Auburn, near Common 
Healy Thomas, laborer, house Water, near starch factory 
Heard Charles, stone-cutter, b. E. A. Mooers', Mt. Auburn 
Hearn Wm., laborer, b. Michael Welch's, Common st. pi. 
Heffernan John, laborer, house 2 C block, rear Myrtle 
Heffernan Thomas, at iEtna mills, b. iEtna House, River 
Hemenway Phineas, laborer, bds. William Tourtellott's, 

Lexington 
Henderson Albert D., coal and wood, Arsenal, near 

Brighton bridge, house Sparhawk street, Brighton 
Henderson James, farmer T. W. Walker (Waltham), h. 

Grove, near Waltham line 
Heneghen Patrick, laborer, bds. John Hughes', Market 
Hennessy John, laborer, house Common street place 
Henron Patrick, at paper mill, boards John Hughes', off 

Market [do. 

Hepburn John, farmer Calvin Crawford, Riverside pi., b. 
Hession James, wheelwright (B.), h. Wheelers, Riverside 
Higbee Charles H., banker (156 Devonshire, B.), boards 

A. G. Fitch's, Main 
Higgins Peter, dyer J. Far well jr. & Co., boards Water- 
town, corner Morse 
Hill Abraham, laborer, house 5 C block, rear Myrtle 
Hill Charles A., painter (Centre, Newton), house Boyd, 

near Galen square 
Hill David, carpenter, house Waverly, near Summer 
Hinds Rebecca L., widow of William A., boards G. H. 

Gregg's, Galen 
Hinds William H., clerk (Newton), h. Galen, c. Maple 
Hoar Calvin A., farmer, house Grove, junction Arlington 
Hoar Farvel, farmer, house Grove, junction Arlington, n. 

Mt. Auburn 
Hobbs Elizabeth, widow of Nathan, bds. C. W. Stone's, 

Mt. Auburn, corner Parker 
Hobbs George B., expressman T. L. Whiton, Galen, cor. 

Water, house Mt. Auburn, n. R. R. 
Hobbs Nathan, b. C. W. Stone's, Mt. Auburn, c. Parker 
Hobbs Samuel, stationer (169 Devonshire, B.), boards 

Boyd, corner Galen square 
Hodgman Edwin R., clerk Geo. A. Sawyer, boards do. 
Hogan John, laborer S. R. Payson (Belmont), house Cot- 
tage place 
Hogan John, laborer, house Common street place 
Hogan Thomas, composite!" (B.), boards John Hogan's 
Holbrook Bradford, machinist, h. Mt. Auburn, opp. Patten 



230 WATERTOWN [HI DIKECTORY. 

Holbrook Mary, widow of Solomon, house Mt. Auburn, 

opposite Patten 
Holden Fred., farmer W. H. Greenleaf, Palfrey, bds. do. 
Holden John A., clerk (23 F. H. market, Boston), house 

Spring, opposite Fayette 
Holden Louisa J. Miss, boards John A. Holden's, Spring 
Holland Daniel, laborer, bds. Joanna Holland's, r. Main 
Holland Joanna Mrs., house rear Main, near Chestnut 
Holland Michael, boards Joanna Holland's, rear Main 
Holland Patrick, wool-puller, house at Newton 
Hollings worth Sumner, president Hollingsworth & Whit- 
ney Co., house at South Braintree 
Hollingsworth & Whitney Co. (Sumner Hollingsworth, 
pres., Charles A. Dean, vice-pres., Edward B. Eaton, 
treas.), paper mnfrs., Pleasant, opposite Cross and (36 
Federal, Boston) 
Hoi man John, dyer, boards Spring Hotel 
Holmes Hugh, hostler Waldo Adams, boards do. 
Holmes James, house Fayette, near Pearl 
Holmes John, carpenter, bds. James Holmes', Fayette 
Holmes Mary L. Mrs., house Mt. Auburn, near Patten 
Holmes T. Frank, ice driver, house Main, near Chestnut 
Holt Albert, soap boiler, house Water, near soap works 
Holt John H., engineer steamer Pequossette, house Mt. 
Auburn, corner Taylor [erside place 

Hooper Isaac, fireman Lewando's Dye House, house Riv- 
Horan Charles, at Knapp Shade Roller Co., boards Mar- 
garet Koran's, Orchard [Horan's, Orchard 
Horan Daniel, at Knapp Shade Roller Co., b. Margaret 
Horan Margaret, widow of Charles W., house Orchard, 
corner Carroll [Phillips 
Home Bertha Miss, music teacher, bds. Hannah Home's, 
Horne Emily, widow of George, boards Mary Brigham's, 

Marshall 
Horne Hannah, wid. of Converse F., h. Phillips, c. Garnet 
Horne Henry, carpenter, b. Wm. L. Stiles', Riverside pi. 
Horne Robert F., dentist, Bank building, Main, house 
Parker, near Mt. Auburn [ker 

Horr Valeria Miss, dressmaker, b. A. E. Rosebrook's, Par- 
Horton Elizabeth, widow of Edward, house Summer, 
near Mt. Auburn [Summer 

Horton John, cleanser at dye house, boards E. Horton's, 
Hosmer Alfred, physician, house Riverside pi., near Main 
Houghton David W., carpenter, h. Franklin, n. Walnut 
Houson Anna, widow of Harvey, h. Mt. Auburn, n. R. R. 
Howard Austin M., clerk G. H. Tarlton, boards William 

C. Howard's, Riverside place 
Howard Bros. (Frederick H. and William C. Howard), 
ice, Watertown, near Galen 



WATEKTOWN [H] DIRECTORY. 231 

Howard Ezram V., police, house Summer, near Church 

Howard Fred, teamster Howard Bros.,Watertown, house 
Palfrey, near Mt. Auburn 

Howard Frederick H. (Howard Bros.), ice dealer, Water- 
town, near Galen, house Galen, near Water 

Howard Harriet M., widow of Wm. H., house Fayette, 
near White's avenue 

Howard James E., engineer U. S. testing machine U. S. 
Arsenal, house at Roxbury [Fayette 

Howard Louise M. Miss, bds. Mrs. Harriet H. Howard's, 

Howard Ruth Miss, asst. teacher South grammar school, 
boards E. V. Howard's, Summer 

Howard William C. (Howard Bros.), ice dealer, Water- 
town, near Galen, house Riverside place, near Main 

Howe Ernest, clerk George E. Howe, Main, house oppo- 
site Union Market Hotel, Market [ington 

Howe George H, hostler, b. Wm. H. Tourtellott's, Lex- 
Howe Josiah, painter, house Cottage place 

Howe Morris, teamster Coffin & Magee, boards F. T. 
Fay's, Winter 

Howell Samuel N., clergyman, house Walnut avenue 

HOWES GEORGE E., furnishing goods, and 
boots and shoes, McMaster building, Main, house 

Spring, corner Summer (see page 312) 
Howes Samuel C, house Irving, near Mt. Auburn 
Hoye Bernard, laborer, house River, near Bemis station 
Hoye John, carder JEtna mill, b. Bernard Hoye's, River 
Hoye Michael, loom fixer iEtna mill, boards Bernard 

Hoye's, River 
Hubbard Henry P., sash and blind maker, house Parker, 

near Mt. Auburn 
Hubbard Thomas, com. trav., house Myrtle, near Main 
Hubbard Walter H., at watch factory (Waltham), boards 

B. Coburn's, Market 
Huckins David T., dentist and physician, McMasters' 

" block, Main, house Fayette, near Church 
Huckins Edgar W., with D. T. Huckins, boards D. T. 

Huckins', Fayette, near Church 
Huckins Harry, boards David T. Huckins', Fayette 
Hudson George, dry goods (Newtonville), house Bridge 
Hudson John, carriage maker John Ross, house Summer, 

near White's avenue 
Hughes Chas. H., wood-moulder, h. Brook, n. paper-mill 
Hughes James, mason, house rear Main, near Cross 
Hughes John, section hand F. R. R., house off Market, 

near Arsenal 
Hughes Michael A., stove-fitter, h. Arsenal, opp. Market 
Hughes Patrick, teamster Pevear & Russell, house Mar- 
ket, near Arsenal 



232 WATERTOWN [J-J] DIRECTORY. 

Hughes Mary, widow of Patrick, h. r. Main, above Cross 
Humphrys William, soldier U. S. Arsenal, boards do. 
Hunt Abby M., wid. of John, h. Mt. Auburn, c. Franklin 
Hunt Hannah G., widow of Thomas W., boards C. A. 

Binney's, Arlington 
Hunt Robert, sergeant of ordnance at the Arsenal, house 

Market, on U. S. Arsenal grounds 
Hurlihy John, machinist at paper mill, h. Main, n. Cross 
Husband John, gardener estate of Miss Mary Pratt, b. do. 
Husted John B. Rev., clergyman, house Cuba, near Main 
Hutchins Frederick, miller Coffin & Magee, house River- 
side place 
Hyde John, wool puller, boards David O'Keife's, Galen 

ILSLEY DANIEL P., fine harnesses, saddlery, 
etc. (150 Tremont, B.), h. Galen, c. Boyd (see p. 12) 
Ingraham Alden J., ice driver Howard Bros., house Wa- 
ter, near Galen 
INGRAHAM WM, H., town clerk and insurance, 
Barnard blk., Main, b. Church, n. Palfrey (see p. 314) 
Irons M. L. Mrs., nurse, Galen, corner Water, house do. 
Irving William, coachman Waldo Adams, School, b. do. 

JACKSON ANNIE MISS, house Maple, on Newton line 
Jackson Arthur E., bookkeeper Union Stock Market, 

Walnut, house at Brighton 
Jackson Charles F., civil engineer and surveyor, house 

Franklin, corner Centre 
Jackson Emeline C. Miss, house Maple, near Galen 
Jackson Sarah W. Miss, house Maple, near Galen 
Jacobson Angelo, cabinet-maker (348 Main, Cambridge- 
port), house Cottage 
Jacobson Charles, cabinet- in aker (Cambridgeport), boards 

A. Jacobson's, Cottage 
Jacobson Christian T., house Cottage 
Jacobson Robert, cabinet-maker (Cambridgeport), boards 

A. Jacobson's, Cottage 
James Daniel, needlemaker, b. Mary James', Williams 
James Mary, widow of Richard, h. Williams, n. Galen 
Jarvis John J., hairdresser, Noyes' block, Main, house 

Cuba, near Main 
Jennison Catharine, widow of Horace, house Watertown, 

near Newton line 
Jennison E. Otis, grocer, Main, opp. town hall, boards 

Mrs. Otis Jennison's, Watertown 
Jennison Otis Mrs., house Watertown, opposite Morse 
Joadrie John, pattern-maker, h. r. Palfrey, n. Mt. Auburn 
Johnson Augusta Miss, nurse, boards Chas. Perkins', Mt. 

Auburn 



WATERTOWN [K] DIRECTORY. 233 

Johnson Eliza Mrs., boards W. L. Stiles', Riverside place 
Johnson Frank E., clerk U. S. Arsenal, b. at Charlestown 
Johnson George S., machinist, h. Marshall, n. Mt. Auburn 
Johnson George W., paper-maker, h. Fayette, cor. Pearl 
Johnson Hallie B., teacher East primary school, boards 

Geo. S. Johnson's, Marshall 
Johnson John M., station agent F. R. R., house Mt. Au- 
burn, corner Summer 
Jones Edward, watchman iEtna mills, house at Newton 
Jones Edward, clerk (F. R. R. office, B.), boards Fay- 
ette, corner Spring 
Jones Edward J. jr., salesman (179 Tremont, B.), house 

Fayette, near White's avenue 
Jones Mary A., widow of Franklin, h. Fayette, c. Spring 
Jones Sabra A., dressmaker (Newton), h. Galen, c. Maple 
Jones Storer, clerk (F. R. R. office, B.), boards Fayette, 

corner Spring 
Jordan James, in JEtna mill, house Main, near Myrtle 
Jordan Wendell S., painter John Page, boards David F. 

Trask's, Main 
Judd James A., carriagesmith (Washington, c. Williams, 
B.), house Palfrey, near Spring 

KEARNEY THOMAS, florist W. W. Treat, Coolidge 

avenue, boards do. [Galen 

Keating Edward, wool-puller, b. Thomas Keating's, rear 
Keating Thomas, laborer, house r. Galen, n. Watertown 
Keefe Cornelius, laborer, house rear Main, near F. R. R., 

above Myrtle 
Keefe Daniel, laborer, house rear Main, near F. R. R. 
Keefe Johanna, widow of David, house Main, n. F. R. R. 
Keefe John F., machinist, house Brook, near paper mill 
Keefe Michael, laborer, house Brook, near paper mill 
Keefe Michael F., laborer, bds. Michael Keefe's, Brook 
Keefe Thomas, at wool factory, house Waverly 
Keenan Patrick, groom Waldo Adams, School, bds. do. 
Keily Michael, laborer, house Cuba, near Myrtle 
Keith Walter H., liquors, wholesale (6 Central whf., B.), 

house Watertown, opp. Morse [Main 

Kelleher Ellen, widow ot Cornelius, h. Church hill, off 
Kelleher Patrick H., storehouse-man U. S. Arsenal, house 

at Brighton 
Kelleher Timothy, soldier U. S. Arsenal, boards do. 
Kellen Fred. S., machinist (43 Haverhill, B.), boards Win. 

Kellen's, Palfrey [avenue 

Kellen William, M. E. clergyman, h. Palfrey, n. White's 
Kelley Michael J., physician, Main, corner Watertown 

square, house do. 
Kelley Timothy, starchmaker, h. 4 C block, rear Myrtle 



234 WATEKTOWN [K] DIRECTORY. 

Kelly Ellen, widow of James, h. Waverly, cor. Summer 
Kelly F. A., boards Joseph A. Moore's, Nichols avenue 
Kelly Francis M., bookkeeper Knapp Shade Roller Co., 

boards Summer, corner Waverly 
Kelly James, at iEtna mills, house at Newton 
Kelly James H., clerk Watertown Hotel, boards do. 
Kelly John B., clerk (Tremont, cor. Court, B.), boards 

Thomas Kelly's, Common street place 
Kelly John T., at Knapp Shade Roller Co., boards Ellen 

Kelly's, Waverly 
Kelly Kate Miss, house Cottage, near F. R. R. 
Kelly Margaret, widow of Daniel, h. Orchard, n. Hovey 
Kelly Mary, house River, near ^Etna mills 
Kelly Mary Mrs., house rear Galen, near Watertown 
Kelly Patrick, laborer, house Cottage place 
Kelly Patrick J., proprietor Watertown Hotel, Mt. Au- 
burn, near Main, house do. 
Kelly Peter, at iEtna mills, bds. Mary Kelly's, River 
Kelly Sarah, widow of Patrick, house off Market, near 

Beechwood avenue 
Kelly Thomas, laborer, house Common street place 
Kelly Thomas B., clerk (Tremont, cor. Court, B.), boards 

Thomas Kelly's, Common street place 
Kelly Thomas F., blacksmith, house Spring, near R. R. 
Kelly Timothy, boards Margaret Kelly's, Orchard 
Kendall Francis, house Fayette, corner Church 
Kendall Henry, prop. Union Market Hotel, Walnut, near 

Arsenal, house do. 
Kendall John H., boards F. Kendall's, Fayette 
Kennard Edward P., boards Waldo Adams', School 
Kennedy James Mrs., house Water, corner Galen 
Kennedy Redmond, laborer, house Myrtle, near Cuba 
Kenney James, at iEtna mills, bds. JEtna House, River 
Kenny Ann, widow of Thomas, h. Brook, near Pleasant 
Kenny Francis, moulder, boards John Kenny's, Main 
Kenny John, express, (office 33 Court square, B.), and 

boarding-house, Main, corner Cross 
Kershaw Alfred L., salesman (5 Chauncy, B.), h. Morse, 

near Jewett 
Keyes Frank H., carpenter, house Myrtle, near Main 
Keyser Fred R., cutter shirt factory, house Spring 
Kidder John P., house Summer, near White's avenue 
Kilgore Annis, student, boards Lucy Kilgore's, Galen 
Kilgore Charles, boards Lucy Kilgore's, Galen 
Kilgore Lucy Mrs., house Galen, near Morse 
Kimball Edward D., provisions (37 and 39 F. H. market, 

B.), and '2 Abattoir, Brighton, house Mt. Auburn, 

corner Arlington 
Kimball Ellen F., widow of Charles, h. Main, near Cross 



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Kimball Mary E. Miss, b. Edw. D. Kimball's, Mt. Auburn 
Kindlier John, laborer, house off Main, near Myrtle 
King David, weaver JEtna mill, h. River, near the mill 
King Horace D., engineer at Knapp Shade Roller Co., h. 

off Cushman 
King Robert, weaver iEtna mill, b. David King's, River 
King William S., supt. Geo. W. Hollis & Co.'s wool shop, 

house Galen, near Watertown 
Kinnear John W., overseer Davis & Farnum Mnfg. Co. 

(Waltham), house California, near Watertown 
Kinsman David W., carpenter, house Irving 
Kirby James, gardener Waldo Adams, house School, near 

Belmont 
Kirk John P., carpenter, boards Mrs. Charles Marden's, 
W'heelers, Riverside [h. Garfield 

Knapp Arthur M., pastor First Parish (Unitarian) church, 
Khapp Shade Roller Co., Fayette, corner Cushman (Bos- 
ton office, 32 Hawley) 
Knox Oscar F., house Franklin, opposite Centre 

LADD CALEB, estate of, Riverside place 
Laffey Martin, laborer, house foot of Cottage 
Laffey Thomas, laborer, bds. Martin Laffey's, Cottage 
Laidley Theodore T. S., colonel commanding U. S. Ar- 
senal, house do. 
Laker Jacob, butcher, boards George Bleiler's, Arsenal 
Lanagan Cornelius, gardener, h. off Fayette, near Forest 
Landers David H., laborer (Mt. Auburn cemetery), bds. 

foot Cottage 
Landers Kate Mrs., house foot Cottage 
Lannon Thomas, laborer Stokes, Donahoe & Co., house 

at Brighton [Whitney 

Lassman Robert E., cabinet maker, h. Harnden av., cor. 
Lathrop Albert W., proprietor American billiard hall, 

Main, opp. Galen, boards Wm. Lathrop's, Main 
Lathrop William, trav. salesman, house Main, n. Howard 
Lawn Edward, laborer Gilkey & Stone, boards William 

Lawn's, Arsenal [Arsenal 

Lawn Thomas S., clerk J. H. L. Coon, bds. Wm. Lawn's, 
Lawn William, yard hand Gilkey & Stone, house Arsenal, 

near Irving [River 

Lawrence John, carpenter JEtna mill, bds. ^Etna House, 
Learned Ann, widow of Samuel, h. Fayette, near Pearl 
Learned Ann Augusta Miss, boards Annie A. Learned's, 

Mt. Auburn " [c. Phillips 

Learned Annie A., widow of Thomas, h. Mt. Auburn, 
Learned Charles A., bookkeeper Alfred Howes, Main, bds. 

Josiah Learned's, Pearl * [tham'line 

Learned Chas. H., farmer and milkman, h. Main, n. Wal- 
15 



236 WATEETOWN [L] DIRECTORY. 

Learned Clara E. Miss, clerk George E. Adams, Main, b. 

G. E. Adams', Parker 
Learned Duran, carpenter, bds. Geo. E. Adams', Parker 
Learned Josiah, carpenter, house Pearl, near Fayette 
Learned Louisa V. Miss, clerk G. E. Adams, Otis Bros. 

block, boai'ds do., Parker 
Learned Mary Miss, b. Annie A. Learned's, Mt. Auburn 
Learned Mary Ann Miss, bds. Mt. Auburn, cor. Phillips 
Learned Philip, flagman Spring street crossing F. R. R., 

boards Kate Cahill's, Spring street , 

Learned Samuel S., provisions (B.), house Walnut, opp. 

Union Market Hotel 
Learned Susan Miss, house Pearl, corner Fayette 
Learned Waldo A., supt. Newton & Watertown Gas 

Light Co., house Pearl, near Summer 
Learned Wilbur F., civil engineer (City Hall, B.), house 
, Summer, corner Winter [Grove 

Lemieux Leo, loom-fixer at iEtna mills, bds. P. Boyle's, 
Lemmons Louis, laborer, house rear Main street court 
Lenox Charles W., hairdresser, bds. J. Lenox's, Main 
Lenox John, hairdresser, Main, opposite Church, house 

Main, near Chestnut 
Leo Bridget, widow of Thomas, h. Palfrey, n. Mt. Auburn 
Leo Mary F. Miss, window shade maker, boards Bridget 

Leo's, Palfrey 
Leo Wm., windowshade maker, b. Bridget Leo's, Palfrey 
Leonard William J., soldier U. S. Arsenal, boards do. 
Levalley Joseph M., clerk Mrs. Maria Levalley, Mount 

Auburn, house Arsenal, near Taylor 
Levalley Maria Mrs., grocer, Mt. Auburn, near Main, h. 

Arsenal, near Taylor [b. do., Arsenal 

Levallev Rose Miss, clerk Maria Levalley, Mt. Auburn, 

LEWANDO'S FRENCH DYE HOUSE, Ga- 
len, n. Pleasant (office 17 Temple pi., B.) (see p.. 2) 
Lincoln Sarah, widow of Wm. C, h. Church, c. Summer 
Lindley Mary E., wid. of Chas., h. Summer, n. Mt. Auburn 
Lindsey Robert, laborer Coffin & Magee, house Main, n. 

Chestnut 
Lindsey Susan, widow, house Summer, near Forest 
Litchfield Arthur, machinist, bds. Union Market Hotel 
Little George E., foreman American Shade Roller Co. (66 

Beverly, B.), house Summer, corner White's avenue 
Littlefield Elmer H., teamster Knapp Shade Roller Co., 

house Cushman 
Littlefield Lyman, blacksmith II. F. Merrifield, bds. do. 
Livermore Charles E., provisions, h. Centre, c. Walnut 
Livermore George H., clerk (131 Tremont, B.), boards J. 

T. Li verm ore's, Phillies 
Livermore Herbert J., butcher, house Franklin 



WATERTOWN [L] DIRECTORY. 237 

Livermore Josiah T., provisions, house Phillips, c. Garnet 
Livermore Laura A., wid. of Abijah, h. Pleasant, n. Cross 
Livermore Thomas, engineer Walker & Pratt Mrifg. Co., 

boards Spring Hotel 
Locke Artemus, farmer, house Common, corner Belmont 
Locke Baldwin, house Main, corner Cross 
Locke Henry W., farmer, house Common, cor. Belmont 
Locke Oliver, patternmaker, boards Miss E. A. Moores', 

Mt. Auburn 
Loeffler Jacob, at JEtna mill, h. r. Main, n. F. R. R. 
Loeffler Jacob F., shade roller maker, house Spring 
Loftis Patrick, laborer, house Forest, near Main 
Logan Peter, coachman U. S. Arsenal, house do. 
Lonergan Cornelius, gardener, house Fayette, n. Forest 
Looker Charles, commercial traveler, house Spring, near 

Summer 
Looker John, gardener, house Cross, near Main 
Looker John H., papermaker, bds. John Looker's, Cross 
Looker Thomas W. M., carpenter, b. John Looker's, Cross 
Lord Eben N., pattern finisher, house Galen, cor. Water 
Lord Edward, driver U. R. Co., house Spring, cor. Main 
Lothrop Ann Mrs., boards E. Walker's, Lowell avenue 
Lougee Chas. E., carpenter, boards Mrs. Otis Jennison's, 
Watertown [n. the mill 

Loughry James D., loom-fixer JStna mill, house River, 
Lovely Michael, tripe dresser (Brighton), house Califor- 
nia, near Newton line 
Lowell Sarah D., widow of George, house Arsenal, cor- 
ner Arlington 
Ludgate Anthony, butcher G. A. Sawyer, h. at Brighton 
Lyman Wm. H., provisions, Mt. Auburn, n. Main, house 

Palfrey, near Mt. Auburn 
Lynch Andrew, laborer, house Water, near gas works 
Lynch Bros. (James F. and Charles J. Lynch), grocers, 

Watertown square 
Lynch Charles J. (Lynch Bros.), grocer, Watertown 

square, house Market, near Beechwood avenue 
Lynch James, laborer, house River, near ^Etna mill 
Lynch James F., boards John Kenny's, Main 
Lynch James F. (Lynch Bros.), groceries, Watertown 

square, house Market, near Beechwood avenue 
Lynch James J., works at JEtna, mill, bds. Jas. Lynch's, 

River 
Lyons James, laborer, boards Thomas Lyons', Cottage 
Lyons John, laborer, h. off Watertown, n. Newton line 
Lyons John, boards Thomas Lyons', Cottage 
Lyons John W., engineer I. Farwell jr. & Co., boards 

Thomas Smith's, Watertown 
Lyons Michael W., moulder, h. Mt. Auburn, next railroad 



238 WATERTOWN [Jf] DIRECTORY. 

Lyons Thomas, flagman Cottage street crossing F. R. R., 

house Cottage, near F. R. R. 
Lyons Thomas, shoemaker, Galen, Watertown square, 

house Forest, near Main 
Lyons Thomas jr., laborer, bds. Thomas Lyons', Cottage 

MACABE GEORGE A., house Pearl 

Mace Benjamin E., shipper at Knapp Shade Roller Co., 

house Orchard 
Mack Mary E., widow of H. B., physician, house Spring, 

near Summer 
Mack in Joseph E., at Walker & Pratt Mnfg. Co., house 

Watertown, near Galen 
Macomber Wallace W., farmer estate of Caleb Ladd, 

Riverside place, house do. 
Macurdy Harriet, widow ofWra,, h. Elm, n. Arlington 
Macurdy Simon A., carpenter, house Elm, n. Arlington 
Macurdy Warren H., carpenter, Elm, n. Arlington, h. do. 
Macurdy William T., clerk Otis Bros., Main, house Elm, 

near Arlington 
Madden Bridget, widow of Mark, h. Arsenal, opp. Market 
Madden Catharine Miss, bds. Bridget Madden's, Arsenal 
Madden James, laborer, house Market, near Irving 
Madden James F., bds. James Madden's, Market 
Madden Patrick, moulder, house Market, near Irving 
Magee James W. (Coffin & Magee), flour and grain, 

Main, opp. Spring, house Church, corner Winter 
Mahan Patrick, laborer, Water, near factory 
Mahearn Lawrence, soldier U. S. Arsenal, house do. 
Mahoney Daniel J., harnessmaker Thomas Patten, house 

at Newton 
Mahoney Dennis, laborer, house Watertown, n. bridge 
Mahoney Mary Mrs., boards Daniel Mullin's, Pleasant 
Mahoney Morgan, wool-puller, house at Newton 
Mahoney Timothy, laborer estate of Miss Mary Pratt, 

Belmont, house Common street place 
Maloney James, laborer, house Water, near Galen 
Maloney John, hostler (Elmwood, Newton), house Wil- 
liams, near Galen 
Maloney John, stone-cutter Stokes, Donahoe & Co., 

boards at Brighton 
Maloy Patrick, laborer at Walker, Pratt & Co., house 

Pleasant, near Cross 
Manahan Edward, laborer, house Spring, near Palfrey 
Manahan James D., clerk (F. R. R. freight office, B.), 

boards Edward Manahan's, Spring 
Manahan Martha E., saleslady (Temple place, B.) boards 

Edward Manahan's 
Manion John, saloon, Pleasant, near Galen, boards Ann 

Ragan's, Pleasant 



WATEKTOWN [$[] DIRECTORY. 239 

Manly Seabury T., moulder, house Taylor, n. Arsenal 
Manning John, laborer, house Cottage, near F. R. R. 
Manning Margaret, widow of William, boarding-house, 

Mt. Auburn, near F. R. R. [Beech wood av. 

Manning William, gardener, house off Market, near 
Mansfield Helen Z. Miss, overseer J. G. Barker, Spring, 

house Galen, corner Water 
Mansfield Mary Mrs., house Galen, corner Water 
March Delano Mrs., house Mt. Auburn, opp. Walnut 
March Fred. N., bookkeeper (32 Hawley, B.), and treas. 

Knapp Shade Roller Co!, bds. G. N. March's, Palfrey 
March George N., president Knapp Shade Roller Co., 

Fayette, cor. Cushman, and treas. Reversible Collar 

Co. (32 Hawley, B.), and president Union Market 

National Bank, house Palfrey, opposite Pearl 
March Stillman P. (32 Summer, B.), bds. D. A. Tainter's, 

Franklin, corner Mt. Auburn [Riverside 

Marden Charles T. Mrs., dressmaker, house Wheeler's, 
Margeson Sadie Miss, at Knapp Shade Roller Co., boards 

Cross, next Railroad 
Marsh Charles S., salesman (25 High,B.), h. foot Boyd 
Martin Ernest H., draughtsman (8 Exchange place, room 

13, B.), boards John A. Goodwin's, Main 
Martin H. William, carpenter, h. Mt. Auburn, n. Summer 
Martin Robert, weaver iEtna mill, house near the mill 
Martin William, stocking- weaver, b. River, n. JEtna mill 
Mason Frank L., fireman Hollingsworth & Whitney Co., 

house Spring, near Palfrey 
Mason Hiram P., provisions, house Beechwood avenue 
Masters Fred. W., insurance agent (78 Devonshire, B.), 

house Mt. Auburn, near railroad bridge 
May Sarah G., widow of William, house Cross, n. Main 
Mayall Charles A., laborer Am. Carpet Lining Co., boards 

Charles E. Monks', Main 
Mayall Frank, boards Charles E. Monks', Main, c. Cross 
Mayall Henry, machinist, bds. Chas. E. Monks', Main 
Mayall John C, supt. American Carpet Lining Co., 

Arsenal, house at Melrose 
Maybury Bessie, widow of John, h. Cross, n. railroad 
Mayell Alfred E., engineer iEtna mill, h. Bridge, n. Grove 
Mayo Charles F., carpenter, and boarding-house, Galen, 

corner William, house do. 
Mayo Emery M., live-stock dealer (Abattoir, Brighton, 

and New York), house Walnut, opp. Franklin 
McArthur Andrew, baker (14 Cambridge, B.), house Mt. 

Auburn, near Bigelow avenue [house do. 

McAskill Scyrene B., confectionery, Main, cor. Church, 
McAuliffe Florence, stove-mounter, house Pleasant, cor. 

Howard 



240 WATERTOTTO [Jf] DIRECTORY. 

McAveeney Patrick, tailor, Mt. Auburn, near Main, h. 

Winter, near Summer [Spring, near Main 

McAvoy Wm. B., printer, boards Mrs. Harriet H. Wall's, 

McCabe Charles, hostler, house rear Summer, near Mt. 

Auburn 
McCabe George, ornamental painter, h. Pearl, n. Summer 
McCabe Mary Mrs., house off Summer, n. Mt. Auburn 
McCafferty Owen, laborer, house Middle, near Main 
McCafferty Patrick, laborer, boards John Kenny's, Main 
McCafferty Patrick, laborer §. R. Payson (Belmont), h. 

Common street place 
McCafferty William, laborer, house Cuba, near Myrtle 
McCarthy Hannah, saloon, Galen, near Water, house do. 
McCarthy George, laborer JEtna mill, boards Thomas 

McCarthy's, Pleasant 
McCarthy Thomas, laborer, house Pleasant, near Howard 
McCarty Bridget, wid. of Patrick, h. Arsenal, n. Patten 
McCarty Michael J., at Porter Needle Factory, boards 

Bridget McCarty's, Arsenal 
McCarty Patrick, hostler George B. Stockwell, house 

Forest, corner Summer 
McCassey James, carpenter, h. Summer, c. White's av. 
McClary William, teamster estate of Miss Mary Pratt, h. 

Common street place 
McClenathan Charles V., clerk Fletcher & Town, River, 

corner Bridge, boards do. 
McCue Edward, machinist U. S. Arsenal, boards Union 

Market Hotel 
McCue Matthew, laborer, house Arsenal, near Patten 
McCue Patrick, laborer, house Arsenal, near Patten 
McCullom Charles A., carpenter Porter Needle Co., house 

at Riverside 
McDermott James, tailor, house Mt. Auburn, near Main 
McDonagh John, soldier U. S. Arsenal, boards do. 
McDonald James, at Porter & Co., bds. Joseph Berry's, 

Pleasant 
McDonald John, house Cottage, near Catholic cemetery 
McDonald Patrick, laborer, h. Water, n. Starch Factory 
McDonnell James H., physician, Main, c. Chestnut, h. do. 
McDonnell Julia, wid. of John, house Patten 
McDonough James II., b. Thomas McDonough's, Market 
McDonough Martin, laborer, house Pleasant, near Cross 
McDonough Thomas, farmer, house Market, near Irving 
McFee John, blacksmith, house Arsenal, near Patten 
McGann Mertie, laborer, house Cottage place 
McGann Michael, laborer, house Cottage place 
McGinn James, butcher G. A. Sawyer, h. at Brighton 
McGinn Patrick, butcher G. A. Sawyer, h. at Brighton 
McGinness Mary Mrs., house Pleasant, near iEtna mill 



WATERTOWN [M] DIRECTORY. 241 

McGlauflin Hiram, engineer at Paper Mill, house Winter, 
corner Church [near railroad 

McGlauflin William, fireman at Paper mill, house Cross, 
McGrath James, concrete paver, h. Orchard, n. Carroll 
McGrath Mary, widow of James, h. River, n. JEtna mill 
McGrath Michael, saloon, River, n. ^Etna mill, h. near do. 
McGrath Michael, soldier XT. S. Arsenal, boards do. 
McGrath Owen, laborer in the foundry, house Grove, n. 
Bemis station [house at Waltham 

McGrath Patrick F., stone cutter Stokes, Donahoe & Co., 
McGrath Peter, gardener estate of Miss Mary Pratt, Bel- 
mont, boards on the place 
McGrath Teague, laborer, house Pleasant, near Cross 
McGuinness Maria, widow of Michael, h. Cross, n. Main 
McGuire Peter, house Main, near Cross 
McGuire William, farmer, house Winter, near Summer 
McGurn James, core maker, b^Mary McGurn's, Brook 
McGurn Mary, widow of Michael, house Brook 
McGurn Patrick, moulder, house Cross 
McHugh James, car inspector (F. R. R. Charlestown), h. 

River, near iEtna mills 
Mclnnis William, express driver, b. David Trask's, Main 
Mcintosh John, at paper mill, b. E. S. Colburn's, Spring 
McKay Isaac N. A., Charles River fish dealer, Galen, near 

Pleasant, house Cuba 
McKay Wm., carpenter, b. Catharine Corcoren's, Spring 
McKellar Eben F., printer(Newton corner), house Morse, 

near Galen square 
McKillops Alexander, coachman Francis Kendall, Fayette, 

house off Market, near Arsenal 
McLane John C, laborer, house Cottage 
McLaughlin James, mason, house Spring, near Summer 
McLaughlin Thos., mason, Summer, n. White's av., h. do. 
McLauthlin Emma H. Miss, teacher of drawing, boards 

J. L. McLauthlin's, Myrtle 
McLauthlin Hattie F., music teacher, boards Mary Mc- 
Lauthlin's, Patten 
McLauthlin Howard O., clerk McLauthlin & Co., Main, 

boards Mary McLauthlin's, Patten 
McLauthlin Joseph L., sail maker (43 Commercial, B.), 

house 5 Myrtle, near Main 
McLauthlin Lewis (McLauthlin & Co.), books, etc., Main, 

boards Mary McLauthlin's, Patten 
McLauthlin Mary, wid. of Charles, h. Patten, c. Gilkeyav. 

MCLAUTHLIN & CO., books and stationery, 
Main, opp. Watertown sq. (see page 3) 
McLea James, at Knapp Shade Roller Co., house Orchard 
McLean Maggie Miss, clerk I. W.Pinkham, Main, boards 
T. P. Emerson's, Arsenal 



242 WATERTOWN" [M] DIRECTORY. 

McManus Robert, laborer Walker & Pratt Mnfg. Co., h. 

rear Pleasant, near Cross 
McManus Wm.. hostler, boards Arsenal, cor. Irving 
McM aster Archibald, merchant tailor, McMaster's block. 

Main, near Spring, house Summer, near Church 
McMaster Charles A., clerk (B.), boards Archibald Mc- 
Master's, Summer 
McNalley James, hostler, house Williams, near Galen 
McNamara John, laborer, house foot Cottage 
McNear Baker, master mariner, house Arsenal, cor. Elm 
McPheal Paul, wheelwright W. C. Foley, boards R. 

Wright's, Howard 
McSherry Bartley, saloon, Galen, Watertown sq., house 

Main, corner Church 
McSherry Owen, gardener, house Main, cor. Lexington 
McSweeney Dennis, engineer Am. Carpet Lining Co., h. 
Arsenal, opp. TJ. S. Arsenal [hall, h. do. 

McWhirter George, harness maker, Main, opposite town 
McWilliams George, gardener estate of Miss Mary Pratt, 

Belmont, boards on the place 
Meacham Giles A., house Mt. Auburn, opp. Summer 
Meacham Mary Miss, boards Mt. Auburn, cor. Summer 
Mee Dennis, laborer, boards Thomas Mee's, Cottage place 
Mee Edward, laborer, house Cottage 
Mee James, laborer, boards Thomas Mee's, Cottage place 
Mee Thomas, laborer, house foot Cottage place 
Merley Perkins, carpenter, house Arsenal, near Patten 
Merriam Chas. T., clerk (67 and 69 Summer, B.), boards 

R. L. Merriam's, Morse 
Merriam Robert L., house Morse, opposite Jewett 
Merrifield Hosea F., blacksmith (Brighton), house Ar- 
lington, near East Watertown station 
Merrifield Orrin, blacksmith H. F. Merrifield, house Ar- 
lington, near Arsenal 
Meserve A. J. Miss, millinery, Main, near Church, bds. 

Mrs. Chester Sprague's, Mt. Auburn 
Millmore John, house Mt. Auburn, near White's av. 
Millmore Michael, laborer, house Summer 
Mills Andrew T., at American Carpet Lining Co., house 

Wheelers, Riverside 
Mills Frank, at paper mill, b. Mary L. Mills', Pleasant 
Mills George W., at Am. Shade Roller Co. (B.), bds. A. 

T. Mills', Wheelers, Riverside 
Mills Mary L., wid. of Palemon C, h. Pleasant, n. Green 
Mills William H., in paper mill, h. Arsenal, near Patten 
Mill ward Fred., at logwood mill (East Boston), house 

Cottage place 
Miner Elizabeth Mrs., bds. E. Walker's, Lowell avenue 
Minihan Jeremiah, laborer M. W. Chadbourne, bds. do. 



WATERTOWN [J[] DIRECTORY. 243 

Mitchell Peter, at iEtna mill, bds. iEtna House, River 
Monahan Ann Mrs., h. Cottage place [Patten 

Monahan James, fireman iEtna mill, bds. Arsenal, cor. 
Monahan Patrick J., laborer, bds. Mrs. Ann Monahan's, 

Cottage place 
Monahan Terence, laborer, house Arsenal, near Patten 
Monayhan Owen, gardener, house Orchard, near Carroll 
Monks Chas. E., machinist, house Main, cor. Cross 
Monnehan Edward C, cutter, boards Hugh Monnehan's, 

Market 
Monnehan Hugh, laborer, house Market, near Irving 
Monnehan James, laborer, house Arsenal, corner Patten 
Moody Geo. H. (Berry & Moody), carpenter, Main, opp. 

Mt. Auburn, house Parker, cor. Garnet 
Moody Levy W., night soil, h. Arsenal, n. Coolidge av. 
Mooers Elizabeth A. Miss, boarding-house, Mt. Auburn, 

corner Patten 
Mooney John, laborer, house rearMt. Auburn, near R. R. 
Mooney John, laborer, house Cottage place 
Mooney Rosanna, widow of Frank, h. Arsenal, n. Patten 
Mooney Samuel, works iEtna mill, boards David J. Boyn- 

ton's, River, near Bemis station 
Moore Frank, news dealer (B. & A. depot, B.), boards 

Thomas Smith's, Watertown 
Moore Frank, at iEtna mill, b. John Water's, Bridge 
Moore Frank, at Walker & Pratt Mnfg. Co., boards do. 
Moore Geo. B., foreman mounting shop Walker & Pratt 

Mnfg. Co., house Summer, opp. Pearl 
Moore James A., gen. man. Great Eastern line, office (282 

Wash., B.), house Nichols av., near Bigelow av. 
Moore Phebe, widow of Samuel, h. Belmont, cor. White 
Moore Wm. A., moulder, house Walnut, n. Mt. Auburn 
Moores John T., sash and blind maker Gilkey & Stone, 

house Arsenal, near Irving. 
Moran Michael, at JEtna mills, house at Newton 
Moran Patrick, laborer, bds. Robert Elder's, Mt. Auburn 
Moran Thomas, laborer, boards John Gleason's, Galen 
Moran Thomas, carpenter, house Pleasant, near Cross 
Moratty Ellen, widow of Philip, h. rear Main, n. Chestnut 
Morehouse Clark W., hardware (Hyde's block, Newton) 

boards R. H. Paine's, Garnet 
Morn John, laborer, boards James Henderson's, Grove 
Morris Edward O., slater, house Spring, near Summer 
Morris Millage, farmer, house Main, near Waltham line 
Morrison Phillip, laborer Nathan Drake, boards do. 
Morse Harry F., bookkeeper (48 Kilby, B.), boards Dr. 

L. B. Morse's, Riverside place [h. do. 

Morse Luther B., physician, Riverside place, cor. Market, 
Morton Thos., corporal of ordnance U. S. Arsenal, b. do. 



244 WATERTOWN [JI] DIRECTORY. 

Mosher Augustus L., clerk Win. H. Lyman, Mt. Auburn, 

bouse Main, near Cbestnut 
Mosman Frank V., carpenter, bouse Main, near Myrtle 
Mosman Gardner, carpenter, bouse Water, opp. Warren's 

soap factory 
Mount Auburn Granite Works, Stokes, Donaboe & Co., 

proprietors, Arsenal, near Brighton bridge 
Mudge Wm. M., clerk assessor's office, City ball (School, 

B.), boards J. E. Gill's, Belmont 
Mulhearn Bernard, house Riverside place 
Mulhearn Edwin F., tinsmith, boards B. Mulbearn's, 

Riverside place 
Mulhearn James W., driver G. B. Stockwell, Spring, bds. 

B. Mulhearn's, Riverside place 
Mulhearn Sarah, widow of Charles, h. Cuba, near Myrtle 
Mulhearn Thomas, hairdresser, Mt. Auburn, near Main, 

boards at Waltham 
Mullen Daniel, saloon keeper, River, near Mill, h. near do. 
Mullen John, laborer, house Market, near Irving 
Mullen Simon, at American Carpet Lining Co., boards 

John Hughes', Market 
Mulligan Mary Miss, boards 1. 1ST. A. McKay's, Main 
Mullins William, laborer, house Pleasant, near Green 
Mulloy Bridget, widow of James, house Cottage place 
Mulloy Patrick, laborer, house Forest, near Main 
Mulloy Patrick, starchmaker, h. Water, n. starch factory 
Mulry Patrick, stone-cutter Stokes, Donahoe & Co., h. 

at Belmont 
Munson William, master mariner, h. Palfrey, near Spring 
Murdock Edward A., physician, Patten, cor. Mt. Auburn, 

house do. [do. 

Murphy Catharine Miss, dressmaker, Main, near Cross, h. 
Murphy Daniel, laborer, house Common street place 
Murphy Dennis, laborer, house Myrtle, near Main 
Murphy Edward W., furniture dealer (Waltham), house 

Common street place 
Murphy Ellen Miss, house Pleasant, near Galen 
Murphy Eugene, boards H. P. Mason's, Beechwood av. 
Murphy James, farmer, house Palfrey, near Mt. Auburn 
Murphy Jeremiah, foreman Pevear & Russell, house 

Pleasant, near Galen 
Murphy John, finisher, boards Dennis Murphy's, Myrtle 
Murphy John, starchmaker, house Water, near Galen 
Murphy John A., teamster Pevear & Russell, house Ar- 
senal, near Patten 
Murphy John P., section-hand F. R. R., house off Market, 

near Arsenal 
Murphy Michael, house Arsenal, near Main 
Murphy Owen, laborer, house California, near Fifth av. 



WATERTOWN [N] DIRECTORY. 245 

Murphy Patrick J., teamster Gilkey & Stone, house Ar- 
senal, near Patten 
Murphy Thomas P., laborer, h. Arsenal, n. U. S. Arsenal 
Murphy Timothy, laborer, boards William Manning's, 

Mt. Auburn 
Murray Alexander R., paper-maker, house Waverly, near 
Summer [Murray's, Morse 

Murray James H., bookkeeper (110 Oliver, B.), b. John 
Murray John, freight agent (F. R. R. & Central Vt. line 
228 Washington, B.), house Morse, n. Galen square 
Murray Owen, saloon, Galen, near Water, house do. 
Murray Thomas T., paper-maker, house Cross, n. Main 
Murray William, laborer, house Forest, corner Fayette 
Murtagh James, at ^Etna mill, h. River, n. Bemis station 
Myers Linus C.,papermaker, b. J. E.*Shackford's, Walnut 
Myles Edward, stone-cutter Stokes, Donahoe & Co., h. 
at Brighton 

NALLY JAMES, laborer, boards Patrick Nally's, Main 
Nally John, laborer, house Lexington, near Main 
Nally Patrick, soldier U. S. Arsenal, boards do. 
Nally Patrick, expressman, Watertown square, and (44 

North Market, B.), house Main, corner Forest 
Nally Thomas, laborer, house Market, near Arsenal 
Nevens James, coachman Edw. Bangs, h. Main, n. Forest 
Neville Alice B., music teacher, Middle, n. Main, bds. do. 
Neville Cyrus A., principal Centre grammar school, h. 

Fayette, near White's avenue 
Neville Joanna, widow of Michael, h. r. Middle, n. Main 
Newcomb John W., carpenter, house Morse, near River 
Newman Christopher, marble-cutter, boards Richard 

Newman's, Cottage 
Newman John Mrs., house Pleasant, corner Howard 
Newman Richard, laborer, house Cottage, near F. R. R. 
Newton and Watertown Gas Light Co., Water 
Nichols Gilbert, house Patten, near Mt. Auburn 
Nichols Gilbert jr., expressman Thomas Emerson, boards 

G. Nichols', Patten [Mt. Auburn 

Nichols Isabella L., widow of William, house Irving, near 
Nichols Joseph H., sash and blind maker, boards Gilbert 

Nichols', Patten 
Nicholson Patrick, teamster, house Brook, n. paper mill 
Nigers Charlotte, widow of Aaron, house Gilkey avenue 
Nolan Martin J., horse-shoer, house Spring, cor. Palfrey 
Nolan Martin W. s at Walker & Pratt Mnfg. Co., boards 

M. J. Nolan's, Spring 
Noonan Patrick, laborer, bds. Richard Noonan's, r. Main 
Noonan Richard, laborer, house opp. C block, r. Main 
Norcross Abner, stove-mounter, house Cuba, near Main 



246 WATERTOWN [0] DIRECTORY. 

Norcross Alice I. Miss, teacher First primary school, bds. 

J. H. Noroross's, Common 
Norcross Allen, stove-mounter, house Market, n. Irving 
Norcross Ann I. Miss, house Parker, opposite Garnet 
Norcross Eliza C, widow of Elijah, house Cuba, n. Main 
Norcross Eliza J. Miss, house Parker, opposite Garnet 
Norcross George Francis, carpenter, house Riverside pi. 
Norcross James H., house Common, near Mt. Auburn 
Norton Daniel, at -^tna mills, bds. JEtna, House, River 
Norton Harrison D., machinist, house Fayette, near 

White's avenue 
Noyes Emma L., boards Green, corner Main 
Noyes Fred L., clerk (218 Devonshire, B.), bds. Geo. L. 

Noyes', Phillips 
Noyes George L., real estate and insurance agent, house 

Phillips, corner Garnet 
Noyes Samuel, house Green, corner Main 
Noyes Samuel G., bds. Samuel Noyes', Green, cor. Main 
Nugent Michael A., at iEtna mill, h. Grove, n. Bemis stat'n 
Nutting Andrew F., at Knapp Shade Roller factory, h. 

Cushman 
Nutting Benjamin F., artist (12 West, room 28, B.), h. 

Fayette, near White's avenue 
Nye Charles L., moulder, house Spring, near Fayette 

O'BRIEN DANIEL, cabinet-maker, Church, near Main, 

boards George E. Pike's, Spring 
O'Brien Ellen, widow of William, h. Common st. place 
O'Brien Eugene, laborer, house Carroll, near Belmont 
O'Brien James, laborer, house Common street place 
O'Brien James, laborer, house Cuba, near Myrtle 
O'Brien James, laborer, house Water, near Galen 
O'Brien James, wool-sorter, house Forest, near Summer 
O'Brien James P., stove-mounter, bds. Patrick O'Brien's, 

Pleasant 
O'Brien John, compositor (35 Hanover, B.), boards James 

O'Brien's, Common street place [Forest 

O'Brien John, laborer (Newton), boards Patrick O'Brien's, 
O'Brien John, laborer, house Mt. Auburn, near Arlington 
O'Brien John, laborer, boards Water, near Galen 
O'Brien John, prop. Riverside House, Arsenal, opposite 

Market, house do. 
O'Brien Mary, widow of James, h. r. Main, n. Chestnut 
O'Brien Matthew, laborer, house Forest, corner Summer 
O'Brien Patrick, wool-sorter, house Forest, n. Fayette 
O'Brien Patrick, laborer, house Forest, near Fayette 
O'Brien Patrick, laborer, house Pleasant, near Howard 
O'Brien Peter, laborer, house Orchard, near Carroll 
O'Brien Thomas, farmhand, bds. Jas. Henderson's, Grove 



WATERTOWX [P] DIRECTORY. 247 

O'Brien Thomas H., carpenter, boards Mary O'Brien's, 

rear Main, near Chestnut 
O'Brien William, starch-maker, h. Water, n. starch factory 
O'Connell Anthony, laborer, house Brook 
O'Connell Charles E., soldier U. S. Arsenal, boards do. 
Odams John D., stocking-weaver, rear McMaster's block, 

Main, house Main, near Chestnut 
Odiorne Fannie M. Mrs., bds. Mt. Auburn, cor. Summer 
O'Donnell Sarah Miss, bds. M. M. Ward's, Main, n. Cross 
O'Halloran Mary Miss, dressmaker, Cross, c. Main, h. do. 
O'Halloran Patrick, gardener, house Cross, cor. Pleasant 
O'Halloran Patrick H., hairdresser, boards P. O. Hallo- 

ran's, Cross [Pleasant, h. do. 

O'Halloran Rosa Mrs., employment office, Cross, corner 
O'Hearn Edward, flagman U. M. station, F. R. R., house 

off Summer, near Spring 
O'Hearn Morris, laborer, rear Mt. Auburn, near railroad 
O'Hearn William, laborer, house Cottage 
O'Hearn William F., soldier U. S. Arsenal, house do. 
O'Holleren Michael, laborer, house Beech wood avenue 
O'Keefe Thomas, wool-sorter, house Forest, n. Summer 
O'Keeffe Dennis, laborer, house at Newton 
O'Keife David, wool-sorter, house Galen, near Water 
O'Mara James, gardener, house Church Hill 
ONeil Arthur, boards Joseph O'Neil's, Forest 
O'Neil James, gardener Jas. Bean, Palfrey, boards do. 
O'Neil Joseph, laborer, house Forest, corner Summer 
ONeil Joseph jr., laborer, boards J. O'Neil's. Forest 
O'Neil Patrick, hostler Alfred Hosmer, Riverside place, 

boards do. 
O'Neil William, driver U. R. Co., b. Geo. E. Pike's, Spring 
Ordway John L. (13J^ Sears' building, B.), house Morse, 

near Jewett 
Otis Bros. (Horace W. and Ward M. Otis), dry goods, 

boots and shoes, Otis Bros.' block, Main 
Otis Horace W. (Otis Bros.), Otis Bros.' block, Main, h. 

Centre, c. Franklin [Auburn, opp. Walnut 

Otis WardM. (Otis Bros.), Otis Bros.' block, Main,b. Mt. 

PACKARD FRANK P., clerk C. W. Berry, boards D. 

F. Trask's, Main [burn 

Page George A., painter John Page, h. Taylor, n. Mt. Au- 
Page Harrison P., window-glass (118 Milk, B.), house 

Galen, near Water 
Page Harrison P. jr., salesman (118 Milk, B.), h. Elton av. 
Page John, painter, Main, opposite Mt. Auburn, house 

Church, near Fayette 
Page Thomas H., dyer, Lewando's dye house, house 

Wheelers, Riverside 



248 WATERTOWN" [P] DIRECTORY. 

Paine Gilman B., bookkeeper (4 Chauncy, Boston), house 

Morse, corner Galen square 
Paine Richard H., hardware and cutlery, Dana block, 

Main, house Garnet, corner Parker 
Park Charles W. Rev., house Mt. Auburn, n. Bigelow av. 
Park William P., at Shade Roller factory (Somerville), 

boards Rev. C. W. Park's, Mt. Auburn 
Parker Daniel, clerk Spring Hotel, boards do. 
Parker George, police, house Main, corner Myrtle 
Parker George S., clerk F. A. Brown, boards George 

Parker's, Main, corner Myrtle 
Parker Henry H., painter (B.), h. Wheelers, Riverside 
Parker Henry S., bookkeeper (10 High, B.), house Myr- 
tle, near Main 
Parkhurst Emma K. Mrs., boards Green, near Main 
Parsons William, printer, house Boyd, near Galen 
Parsons William W., bookkeeper (E. R. R., office 268 

Washington, B.), boards William Parsons', Boyd 
Pattee Frank A., house Riverside place 
Pattee Moses, driver steamer 1, boards Spring Hotel 
Patten Mannie B. Miss, teacher Centre primary No. 1 

school, boards Thomas Patten's, Fayette 
Patten Thomns, harness-maker, Main, corner Mt. Auburn, 

house Fayette, near Church 
Patten Wendell W., boards T. Patten's, Fayette 
Patten William W., student (Harvard College), boards 

T. Patten's, Fayette 
Patterson William J., moulder, bds. David Trask's, Main 
Payson Gilbert R., commission merchant (43 Avon, Bos- 
ton), house Belmont, near Common, winter residence 

(8 Marlboro, B.) 
Peabody Joseph, marketman, house Coolidge avenue, near 

Cambridge line 
Pevear Abbie F. Miss, boards Wm. H. Pevear's, Irving 
Pevear Marietta Miss, housekeeper W. FI. Pevear, Irving 
Penderghast Catherine, widow, house Gilkey avenue 
Penderghast Pierce B., clerk (11 North Market, Boston), 

house Gilkey avenue 
Pennell Lloyd W., bookkeeper G. W. Hollis, at Abattoir 

(Brighton), house Winter, corner Summer 
Pennell Marshall, coachman Geo. H. Chapin, boards do. 
Peplar Alfred, overseer dyer JEtna mill, h. at Newton 
Pequosette Paper Mill, Hollings worth & Whitney Co., 

proprietors, Pleasant, opposite Cross and (36 Federal 

and 135 Congress, Boston) 
Perkins Adaline, wid. of Edward F., h. Jewett, n. Boyd 
Perkins Albert R., fireman Simonds, Hatch & Whitten, 

house at Newton 
Perkins Albert W., carpenter, h. Fayette, c. White's av. 






WATERTOWN [P] DIRECTORY. 249 

Perkins Charles T., house Mt. Auburn, near R. R. 
Perkins Frank H., asst. editor Commercial Bulletin (275 

Washington, B.), boards Thomas Patten's, Fayette 
Perkins Thomas J., salesman (28 Tremont row, B.), bds. 

Adaline Perkins', Jewett 
Perkins William Mrs., house Mt: Auburn, near Marshall 

PERKINS WILLIAM H., flour and grain, Main, 
opposite Mt. Auburn, house Mt. Auburn, near Mar- 
shall (see page 312) 
Pevear William H. (Pevear & Russell), coal and wood, 
Arsenal, house Irving, near Garnet 

PEVEAR & RUSSELL (William H. Pevear and 
Howard Russell), coal and wood, Arsenal, cor. Pat- 
ten, office C. W. Berry's, Main (see page 3) 
Phelan John, papermaker, house Green, near Main 
Phelps Jonas, house Riverside place [Fayette 

Philbrook Charles C, carpenter, b. Mary A. Philbrook's, 
Philbrook Herbert A., stoves and tinware, Main, corner 

Church, house Boyd, near Galen [av. 

Philbrook Mary A., wid. of Geo. C, h. Fayette, n. White's 
Philpot Timothy, laborer, house Arsenal, n. U. S. Arsenal 
Phipps Sanford, draughtsman (9 Pemberton sq., Boston), 

house Green, corner Pleasant 
Pickard Alfred, at -^Etna mills, house at Newton 
Pidgeon Charles, blindmaker Gilkey & Stone, boards at 

Newton 
Pierce Benj. H., farmer, h. Lexington, near Belmont line 
Pierce Charles Q., slipper mnfr. (105 Summer, B.), house 

Centre, near Walnut [Garnet 

Pierce Frances S., widow of Jonathan M., h. Irving, n. 
Pierce Henry, house Galen, near Boyd 
Pierce Irene, widow of Joel, h. Lexington, n. Belmont line 
Pierce Joel A., farmer, h. Lexington, near Belmont line 
Pierce John Q. A., slipper mnfr. (105 Summer, Boston), 

house Mt. Auburn, near Franklin 
Pierce Ruth U., widow of George, h. Palfrey, n. Church 
Pierce William T., civil engineer (60 Devonshire, B.), 

>boards J. Q. A. Pierce's, Mt. Auburn 
Pingree Charles D., dry gOods com. mer. (56 Summer, 

B.), house Morse, near Jewett 
Pike Edga, at ^Etna mills, house at Newton 
Pike George E., dining room, Spring, near Main, h. do. 
Pineo Isaac, machinist at Knapp Shade Roller factory, 

house Belmont, corner Carroll 

PINKHAM I. WOODBURY, dry and fancy 
goods and boots and shoes, Barnard's block, Main, b. 
Wm. S. King's, Galen (see page 311) 
Pitman John, captain U. S. Arsenal, house do. 
Plaisted Edward S. (Plaisted & Eames), provisions, Otis 
block, Main, house Riverside place 



250 WATERTOWN [P] DIRECTORY. 

PLAISTED & EAMES (Edward S. Plaisted and 
Seth.J. Eames), provisions, Otis block, Main (see 

page 311) [Main 

Plunkett Edward, ice driver, bds. Mrs. Mary Plunkett's, 
Plunkett Jas. H., ice driver, b. Mrs. Mary Plunkett's, Main 
Plunkett Mary, widow of Barney, h. Main, near Myrtle 
Pollard John, tripe cleaner, house Wheelers, Riverside 
Pollock George W. R., moulder, house Church, n. Palfrey 
Poole Henry B., supt. (District Telegraph Co., 22 Devon- 
shire, B.), house Jewett, near Boyd 
Pope George, lumber (19 Doane, B.), boards Mrs. Mary 

B. Rich's, Arlington 
Porter Edward F., president Porter Needle Co., house 

Mt. Auburn, corner Marshall 
Porter Henry S., manager Porter & Co., boards Edward 

F. Porter's, Mt. Auburn 
Porter Lewis B., treasurer and superintendent Porter 

Needle Co., boards Mt. Auburn, corner Marshall 
Porter Needle Co., Watertown, near Galen 
Porter William D., secretary Porter Needle Co., boards 

Mt. Auburn, corner Marshall 
Porter William H., foreman S. R. Payson (Belmont), 

house Hovey 
Porter & Co., laundry machinery manufacturers, Water- 
town, near Galen, Henry S. Porter, manager 
Powell Alfred, machinist (Newton), b. E. Powell's, River 
Powell Edward, bookkeeper and paymaster ^Etna mill, 

house River, near Bemis station 
Powell Herbert H., clerk (82 Chauncy, B.), boards E. 

Powell's, River [n. Myrtle 

Power John, marble-cutter (83 Haverhill, B.), h. Cuba, 
Powers Edward, laborer W. W. Treat, Coolidge avenue, 

house Cottage place 
Powers John, at American Carpet Lining Co., h. Elm 
Powers John E., boards John J. Powers', Arsenal 
Powers John J., laborer, h. Arsenal, opp. U. S. Arsenal 
Powers Patrick, laborer, house Common street place 
Pratt Arthur M., bookkeeper Hollings worth & Whitney 

Co., house at Newton 
Pratt Edward F., moulder, bds. J. Q. A. Pratt's, Taylor 
Pratt Isaiah, moulder Walker &> Pratt Manufacturing 

Co., house Arsenal, near Patten 
Pratt John, needlemaker, bds. Ann Ragan's, Pleasant 
Pratt John Q. A., moulder, h. Taylor, corner Mt. Auburn 
Pratt Miles Mrs., house Mt. Auburn, corner Palfrey 
Pratt Rachel, widow of Asa, house Green, near Main 
Pratt Robert A., moulder, house Spring, near Summer 
Pratt Stillman, moulder Walker & Pratt Mnfg. Co., house 

Chestnut, near Main 



WATERTOWN" [Q] DIRECTORY. 251 

Pratt William A., melter Walker & Pratt Mnfg. Co,, 

house at Waltham 
Pray Herbert F., clerk American Carpet Lining Factory, 

boards W. II. Pray's, Irving 
Pray Wm. H., manager American Carpet Lining Co.(179 

Devonshire, B.), house Irving, near Garnet 
Priest David H., broker and brass foundry (3 Tremont 

row, B.), house Franklin, near Mt. Auburn 
Priest Filman, house Winter, near Summer 
Priest Gardiner N., boards Winter, near Summer 
Priest George E., treas. Walker & Pratt Mnfg. Co. (31 

and 33 Union, B.), h. Riverside place, near Main 
Priest Hannah, wid. of Sylvester, h. Riverside pi., n. Main 
Priest Harry W., boards J. W. Priest's, Centre 
Priest John W., house Centre, near Walnut 
Prince John T., superintendent of schools, h. at Waltham 
Prince Wm. H., physician, Boyd, n. Galen square, h. do. 
Proctor Abby, wid. of Geo., h. Mt. Auburn, opp. Summer 
Proctor Charles, bds. Mrs. Abby Proctor's, Mt. Auburn 
Proctor S. Eugene, clerk Alfred Howes, Main, bds. Ab- 
by Proctor's, Mt. Auburn 
Pulling Clement, brick-layer, h. Mt. Auburn, n. F. R. R. 
Putnam Wendall P., window shades (201 Purchase, B.), 

house Walnut avenue 

QUIGLEY FRANK J., stone-cutter, house Cottage, 
near the Catholic cemetery 

QTJINCY WM, J., manager Lewando's dye-house, 
house Garfield (see page 2) 
Quinlan Daniel, at Am. Carpet Lining Factory, h. Arsenal 
Quinlan Dennis, laborer, house Fayette, near Cushman 
Quinlan Edward, at American Carpet Lining Co., boards 

Daniel Quinlan's, Arsenal 
Quinlan James, laborer, house rear Main, near F. R. R. 
Quinlan James jr., laborer, bds. Jas. Quinlan's, r. Main 
Quinlan John II., brick layer, house Cuba, near Main 
Quinlan Michael, laborer, house Brook 
Quinlan Michael A., clerk J. H. Flagg, Mt. Auburn, 

boards Michael Quinlan's, Brook 
Quinlan Patrick, spinner, house River, near ^Etna mill 
Quinlan Patrick, laborer, h. Arsenal, opp. U. S. Arsenal 
Quinlan Thomas, fireman paper mill, boards Michael 

Quinlan's, Brook 
Quinn Daniel, laborer, house Summer, near Spring 
Quinn David (Regan & Quinn), blacksmith, h. at Milford 
Quirk James, laborer, house rear Market, near Arsenal 
Quirk John, clerk Plaisted & Eames, boards Jas. Quirk's> 

rear Market [n. Forest 

Quirk Thomas, coachman D. R. Emerson, h. off Fayette, 
16 



252 WATERTOWN [R] DIRECTORY. 

RADIGAN JAMES, carpenter, h. Arsenal, near Patten 
Radigan John, laborer, b. Michael Welch's, Common st.pl. 
Radigan Ryan, laborer, house Market, near Arsenal 
Ragan Ann, widow of David, house Pleasant, near Cross 
Ragan Bridget, widow of Thomas, h. Pleasant, n. Cross 
Ragan John, laborer, house Pleasant, near Cross 
Ragan Margaret, widow of Thos., h. Mt. Auburn, n. R. R. 
Ralley Michael, laborer, house Common street place 
Ramsay Major, boot and shoemaker, Cottage pi., h. do. 
Ramsay Robert, carpenter, house Cottage place 
Rand Edward A., P. E. clergyman, house Mt. Auburn, 
corner Common [lington 

Rand William D., salesman (87 Broad, B.),h. Elm, n. Ar- 
Reardon John, laborer, house rear Cross, near Main 
Reed John, laborer, house Pleasant, near Cross 
Regan Cornelius, papermaker, h. rear Main, near F. R. R. 
Regan Daniel, laborer, house Water, near Galen 
Regan Jeremiah, laborer, house rear Main, near F. R. R. 
Regan John, clerk J. H. Snow, Mt. Auburn, boards Jere- 
miah Regan's, rear Main 
Regan John F., tripe cleaner, house Forest, n. Summer 
Regan Patrick (Regan & Quinn), blacksmith, house Tay- 
lor, near Arsenal 
Regan Timothy, supt. H. Barker & Co.'s starch works, 

house Water, near Galen 
Regan & Quinn (Patrick Regan and David Quinn), 

blacksmiths, Taylor, near Arsenal 
Reynolds Lewis, house Taylor, near Arsenal 
Rice Jessie M. Miss, boards Palfrey, corner Church 
Rich Mary B., widow of Lathley, house Arlington, near 

East Watertown station 
Richards Abraham L., house Mt. Auburn, near Walnut 
Richardson Andrew J., laborer, house Winter, cor. Cross 
Richardson Mary D. Mrs., bcls. Otis Wheeler's, Winter 
Richardson Sarah, widow of Samuel, h. Main, cor. Cross 
Riley Bridget, widow of David, h. Forest, near Summer 
Riley Cornelius, laborer, h. rear Summer, n. Mt. Auburn 
Riley James, tripe-cleaner, house Forest, near Summer 
Riley James, laborer, house Winter, near Summer 
Riley Jeremiah, laborer, house River, near iEtna mill 
Riley Joanna M. Miss, West district primary No. 1, bds. 

James Riley's, Winter 
Riley John, laborer, boards Stephen Connelly's, rear 

Pleasant, near Cross 
Rinn John, laborer, house 3 C block, rear Myrtle 
Rinn Patrick, at ^Etna mill, bds. 3 C block, rear Myrtle 
Ripley Leonard F., farmer, house Belmont, n. Common 

RIVERSIDE CONSERVATORIES, Wm. W. 
Treat, prop., Coolidge a v., n. Grove (see page 311) 



WATERTOWN [R] DIRECTORY. 253 

Riverside House, John O'Brien, prop., Arsenal, opposite 

Market 
Roach Edward, boards Fannie Roach's, Green 
Roach Fannie, widow of David, house Green, near Main 
Roach John P., clerk Lynch Bros., Watertown square, b. 

Fannie Roach's, Green 
Roach William, U. S. Arsenal, boards do. 
Robbins Ann Miss, house Pleasant, near Cross 
Robbins Dexter A., driver U. R. Co., house Summer, n. 

Mt. Auburn 
Robbins Ellen Miss, house Pleasant, near Cross 
Robbins Frederick, com. broker (2 Chatham row, B.), b. 

Isaac Robbins', Green, corner Pleasant 
Robbins Harriet Miss, boards Isaac Robbins', Pleasant, 

corner Green 
Robbins Henry, agent express office (174 Washington, 

B.), boards Isaac Robbins', Green, corner Pleasant 
Robbins Henry, farmer William H. Greenleaf, Palfrey, h. 

Pleasant, near Cross 
Robbins Isaac, house Green, corner Pleasant 
Robbins John, at soap factory, b. E. S. Colburn's, Spring 
Robbins John, boards Dexter -A. Robbins', Spring 
Robbins John, at paper mill, h. Mt. Auburn, n. Palfrey 
Robbins John L., carpenter (F. R. R., Charlestown), bds. 

Lydia H. Brown's, Walnut 
Robbins Josiah B., house Mt. Auburn, near Main 
Robbins Lois Miss, house Pleasant, near Green 
Robbins Martha Miss, house Pleasant, near Cross 
Roberts Abbie, widow of James R. S., bds. L. S. Cleve- 
land's, Fayette 
Roberts William G., cabinet-maker (101 W. Canton, B.), 

house Harnden avenue, corner Whitney 
Robertshaw Henry, wool-sorter, b. Mrs. Corcoren's,Spring 
Robinson Alexander, laborer, house Cottage place 
Robinson George Fred., clerk (550 Somerville av., Som- 

erville), boards William Robinson's, Main 
Robinson George F., janitor school-houses, house Mt. Au- 
burn, near Marshall [at Newton 
Robinson Luther P., foreman Isaac Farwell jr. & Co., b. 
Robinson Sarah E. Miss, boards Bradford Holbrook's, Mt. 

Auburn, opposite Patten 
Robinson William, butter and cheese (5 F. H. market 

basement, B.), house Main, near Waltham line 
Robinson Wm. F., clerk (F. R. R., B.), house Summer, 

corner White's avenue 
Rockett Edmund, laborer, house foot of Cottage place 
Rockett John, laborer, b. Edmund Rockett's, Cottage pi. 
Rockwell James E., driver T. P. Emerson, house Arsenal, 

opposite Market 



254 WATEKTOWN [R] DIRECTORY. 

Rodgers M. Thatcher, com. trav., house Irving 

Rogers Artemas B., salesman (Washington, cor. Brattle, 

B.), house Fayette, corner White's avenue 
Rogers George L., shirt-cutter (53 Avon, B.), bds. A. B. 

Rogers', Fayette 
Rogers John B„ butcher, boards A. B. Rogers', Fayette 
Rogers William, watchmaker and jeweler, Main, opposite 

Watertown square, hoards Spring Hotel 
Rooney Barney, tailor (Newton), h. 6 C block, r. Myrtle 
Rooney John, driver mail team U. S. Arsenal, h. Walnut 
Rooney Martin, laborer, bds. Thomas Rooney's, Summer 
Rooney Thomas, laborer, house Summer, near Forest 
Rooney Timothy, laborer, house Brook, hear paper mill 
Rosebrook Alvin E., carpenter, h. Parker, n. Mt. Auburn 
Ross John, carriage mnfr., Spring, near Main, house Sum- 
mer, near Winter 
Rost Theodore G., soldier U. S. Arsenal, house do. 
Rowe Philip, stone-cutter Stokes, Donahoe & Co., house 
at Cambridge [b. Spring Hotel 

Rowe Thomas H., moulder Walker & Pratt Mnfg. Co., 
Ruggles Eleanor P., widow of Stephen D., house Mt. Au- 
burn, corner Phillips 
Rumrill Albert L., carpenter, house Marshall 
Rundiett Benj. T., painter, house Market, near Arsenal 
Rundlett David, fireman Hollingsworth & Whitney, house 

Mt. Auburn, near Patten 
Russ Fred A., commercial traveler, h. Galen, near Boyd 
Russell Charles, ice, (92 State, B.), h. Common, n. Spring 
Russell Edward, apothecary, Main, opposite Spring, house 

at Newton 
Russell Elmore, house Fayette, corner Spring 
Russell Eugene D., boards D. F. Tripp's, Irving 
Russell Geo. F., farmer, bds. Geo. W. Russell's, Common 
Russell Geo. S., butter dealer, house Pleasant, n. Green 
Russell Geo. W., farmer, house Common, near Orchard 
Russell Henry, painter, Spring, near Main, house Spring, 

corner Palfrey 
Russell Henry jr., clerk Henry Russell, bds. do., Spring 
Russell Horace, painter and paper-hanger, h. Russell av. 
Russell Howard (Pevear & Russell), coal and wood, h. 

Walnut, opposite Centre 
Russell James E., bookseller, Galen, near Water, h. do. 
Russell Jeremiah, ice (92 State, B.), h. Common, n. Spring 
Russell Jeremiah EL, farmer, house Common, near Spring 
Russell Joseph, carpenter, house Morse, near Galen 
Russell William W., ice (92 State, B.), house Mt. Au- 
burn, opposite Franklin 
Russell William W. jr., refrigerators (92 State, B.), fac- 
tory (11 Richmond, B.), boards W. W. Russell's, 
ML Auburn 






WATERTOWN [g] DIRECTORY. 255 

Ryan Mortimer, starch maker, bds. John Gleason's, Galen 
Ryan Thomas, wool-puller, bds. Michael Gleason's, Spring 
Ryan Timothy, spinnner ^Etna mill, h. River, n. the mill 
Ryder Bridget, widow of John, h. Summer, n. White's av. 

SAAR LORENZ, boot and shoemaker, Noyes block, 

Main, boards Moses Whiting's, Church 
Saltworth William, driver U. R. Co., boards George E. 

Pike's, Spring 
Sanborn John H., hospital steward U. S. Arsenal, h. do. 
Sanderson Augustus H., sash and blind maker Gilkey & 

Stone, house at Waltham 
Sanger Bertha Miss, bookkeeper (G. H. Dupee, Newton), 

boards Geo. H. Dupee's, Morse 
Sanger Francis H., boards N. C. Sanger's, Morse 
Sanger Mary L. Miss, boards George H. Dupee's, Morse 
Sanger Nathaniel C, door and sash mnfr. (B.), house 

Morse, near Galen 
Sargent Charles E., draughtsman (93 Water, B.), house 

Mt. Auburn, near Patten 
Sargent Charles O., butcher, house Main, n. Walt'ham line 
Savage Wallace W., whol. com. mer. (96 and 98 Clinton, 

B.), house Riverside place 
Sawin George W., proprietor Glen Park Hotel, off Cool- 

idge avenue, near Arlington, house do. 
Sawtelle Mary L. Mrs., house Main, corner Cross 
Sawyer Edwin, sash and blindmaker h. Spring, n. Summer 
Sawyer George A., mutton butcher, Arsenal, opp. Union 

Market House, office (56 North Market, B.), house 

Arsenal, opposite Union Market Hotel 
Sawyer Granville, butcher (Brighton), house Mt. Auburn, 

near Arlington 
Sawyer Herbert H. (Critchett & Sawyer), clothing, bds. 

Edwin Sawyer's, Spring 
Scahill Patrick, in the paper mill, h. Market, n. Arsenal 
Scott Daniel B., at Pierce & Son's (105 Summer, B.), 

boards F. T. Fay's, Winter 
Scott Henry E., student (Harvard college), boards J. E. 

Scott's, Elm 
Scott Jonathan E., master mariner, h. Elm, n. Arlington 
Scott Patrick, clerk (F. R. R., Charlestown), boards F. 

H. Keyes', Myrtle [Scribner's, River 

Scribner Byron W., wool-sorter ./Etna mill, boards D. P. 
Scribner Dana P., overseer ^Etna mill, h. River, n. the mill 
Severence Charles, bookkeeper (443^ Merchants row, B.), 

boards G. A. Sawyer's, Arsenal 
Shackford Joseph E., bookkeeper (24 India, B.), house 

Walnut, corner Franklin [Auburn 

Shanahan Dennis, farmer Jas. Cassidy, h. Patten, n. Mt. 



256 WATERTOWN [S] DIRECTORY. 

Sharkey Frank, laborer, house Cottage place [pi. 

Sharkey Frank jr., laborer, b. Frank Sharkey's, Cottage 
Sharkey James, laborer, b. Frank Sharkey's, Cottage pi. 
Sharkey John, laborer, b. Frank Sharkey's, Cottage place 
Sharkey Patrick, blacksmith, Arlington, corner Belmont, 

house at Cambridge 
Sharp Catherine, widow of George, h. Lexington, n. Main 
Sharp S. T., foreign exchange and insurance broker (44 

Kilby, B.), house Mt. Auburn, corner Irving 
Shaw John, hostler Watertown Hotel, boards do. 
Shaw Linus Allen, depot carriages F. R. R. station, 

Church, house Mt. Auburn, near Summer 
Shaw Oliver, supt. at Walker & Pratt Mnfg. Co., house 

Mt. Auburn, corner Marshall 
Shaughnessy Patrick, laborer, house Pleasant, near Cross 
Shawnessy John, farmer, house Common, near Belmont 
Shea Bartholomew, works in the mill, house River, near 

Bern is station 
Shea David P., weaver JEtna mill, bds. B. Shea's, River 
Shea Dennis, laborer, house Palfrey, near Mt. Auburn 
Shea John T., stone-cutter Stokes, Donahoe & Co., Arse- 
nal, house at Cambridge 
Shea Michael H., blacksmith John Ross, house River, 

near JEtna mill 
Shea Morris, contractor, h. Arsenal, opp. stock market 
Shehan Bartholomew, laborer, house Carroll, n. Belmont 
Shehan George, tinsmith, h. r. Mt. Auburn, near R. R. 
Shehan Jeremiah, laborer, boards John Farr ell's, Pleasant 
Shepherdson Edward E., boards Mrs. L. B. Atwood's, 

Mt. Auburn 
Sheridan Catharine Mrs., boards Arsenal, opp. Market 
Sheridan Frank, laborer, h.off Watertown, n. Newton line 
Sheridan Jas., laborer, h. off Watertown, n. Newton line 
Sheridan James, boards Main, above Cross 
Sheridan James jr., laborer, house Main, above Cross 
Sheridan John P., shoemaker, Mt. Auburn, next F. R. R., 

house Spring, near F. R. R. [Market 

Sheridan Martin, at paper mills, bds. John Hughes', off 
Sheridan Michael, at starch factory, boards John Hughes', 

off Market 
Sherman Alfred A., clerk B. F. Currier (Marlboro build- 
ing, B.), boards William Sherman's, Church 
Sherman Charles F., clerk (791 Washington, B.), boards 

William Sherman's, Church 
Sherman Frederick, sash and blind mnfr., Gilkey's steam 

mill, Arsenal, house Irving, near Garnet 
Sherman Marcus M., pattern finisher Walker & Pratt 

Mnfg. Co., house White's avenue, corner Fayette 
Sherman M. Ella, assistant librarian Public Library, bds. 

William Sherman's, Church 



WATERTOWN [g] DIRECTORY. 257 

Sherman William, merchant, house Church, n. Summer 
Shipp George S., hairdresser, Main, near Church, h. Galen 
Shipton Ambrose, millwright Hollingsworth & Whitney- 
Co., house Boyd, near Jewett 
Shorey Alrnira, widow of Joseph P., h. Main, c. Myrtle 
Shorey Frank, clerk Geo. E. Howes, h. Main, c. Myrtle 
Shugrone Ellen, widow of Michael, h. Pleasant, n. Cross 
Shurtleff Oliver L., moulder, rms. P. Shurtleff's, Summer 
Shurtleff Perez T., moulder, house Summer, opp. Pearl 
Sias Charles L., gardener (Cambridge cemetery), house 

Coolidge avenue, near Cambridge line 
Silsbee Alice M., widow of Homer, boards Spring Hotel 
Silvers John, section-hand F. R. R., boards John Hughes', 

off Market 
Simons, Hatch & Whitten (Stephen B. Simons, C. P. 

Hatch, and Henry C. Whitten), shirt mnfrs., Spring, 

n. Fayette and (1 Winthrop sq. and 18 to 32 Otis, B.) 
Simons Stephen B. (Simons, Hatch & Whitten), shirt 

• mnfr., Spring, house at Wellesley 
Skehill Patrick, papermaker, h. Market, n. Riverside place 
Skinner Henry, student, boards H. D. Skinner's, Fayette 
Skinner Hiram D., moulder, house Fayette, corner Pearl 
Skinner Volney, student, boards H. D. Skinner's, Fayette 
Slattery Michael, moulder Walker & Pratt Mnfg. Co. 

house at Waltham 
Sleeper George H., iron founder, h. Church, n. Summer 
Sloan Mary Miss, clerk, I. W. Pinkham, h. at Newton 
Small Lydia W., widow of Isaac, b. Arsenal, c. Arlington 
Smallwood John, boards John Barker's, Morse [est 

Smith Axel, tinsmith Walker & Pratt Mnfg. Co., h. For- 
Smith Charles D. W., laborer, b. E. S. Colburn's, Spring 
Smith Charles Willard, at foundry, h. Summer, c. Winter 
Smith Daniel C, milkman, house Morse, near Jewett 
Smith Edward, brakeman F. R. R., h. Main, near F. R. R. 
Smith Henry W., plumber, h. Watertown, n. Newton line 
Smith James, laborer, house Main, near Chestnut 
Smith Lawrence S., physician, h. Church, near Fayette 
Smith Patrick, shipper (Walworth Bros., Boston), boards 

Michael Nugent's, Grove 
Smith Thomas, machinist, house Watertown, cor. Morse 
Smith T. Berton Rev., pastor M. E. church, Main, house 

Fayette, near White's avenue TMain 

Smith Victor, at Walker & Pratt Mnfg. Co., h. Forest, n. 
Smith Wallace B., at JEtna mills, b. iEtna House, River 
Snedeker William A., machinist (Causeway, B.), house 

Walnut, near F. R. R. [house do. 

Snodgrass Ansel E., corporal of ordnance U. S. Arsenal, 
Snow George K., president Reversible Collar Co. (10 

Arrow, Cambridge), office (32 Hawley, Boston), h. 

Summer, near White's avenue 



258 WATERTOWN [S] DIRECTORY. 

Snow James H., fish dealer, Mt. Auburn, near Main, house 

Mt. Auburn, near Common 
Snow Walter B., student, boards G. K. Snow's, Summer 
Solon Martin, papermaker, b. Michael Hamrock's, Main 
Sparrow Seth E., commercial traveler, house Fayette, 

near White's avenue 
Spaulding Elijah G., house Cross, near Main 
Spencer Allen P., mason, bds. Reuben Spencer's, Fayette 
Spinks James, dyer, house Wheelers, Riverside 
Sprague Chester Mrs., house Mt. Auburn, corner Taylor 
Spring Hotel, S. L. Batchelder, proprietor, Main, opp. 

VVatertown square [Riverside place 

Spring N. Joseph, musician (179 Washington, B.), house 
Sprott Robert, laborer Miss Mary Pratt, Belmont, house 

Common street place [Main, n. Green 

Stack Robert P. Rev., pastor St. Patrick's church, house 
Stafford William W. jr., clerk (F. R. R., Charlestown), 

boards J. R. Hartwell's, Palfrey 
Stahlman John, at Lewando's dye house, house Summer 
Stanley Charles A., 2d hand finishing room iEtna mill, 

boards D. J. Boynton's, River, near Bemis station 
Stanley Edward E., overseer finishing room iEtna mill, 

house at Newton 
Stanley Patrick, farmer John Coolidge, h. Cottage place 
Staples Charles H., carpenter, house Parker, opp. Garnet 
Stark Robert M., lawyer, Noyes block, Main, and (Main, 

Waltham), boards A. G. Fitch's, Main 
Starr Joseph, painter, house California, near Watertown 
Stearns Daniel M. Rev., pastor Olivet church (W. Spring- 
field, B.), house Elton avenue 
Stearns George A., farmer, house Mt. Auburn, between 

School and Walnut [n. Arsenal 

Stearns Samuel F., carpenter, Main street ct., h. Market, 
Stearns Walter H. jr., furniture (91 Union, B.),h. Morse, 

opposite Jewett [Grove 

Steele James, laborer (Waltham), b. James Henderson's, 
Stephens Henry, at Lewando's French dye house, house 

Cuba, near Main 
Stevens Eunice Miss, boards Geo. W. Johnson's, Fayette 
Stevens George L. (Warren Soap Mnfg. Co.), Water, and 

(143 Federal, B.), house at Lowell 
Stevens James, house rear Main, near Spring 
Stevens Robert, junk, rear Main, near Spring, house do. 
Stickney John K., ship-master and vice-president Union 

Market National Bank, Main, opposite town hall, 

house Mt. Auburn, corner Palfrey 
Stiles EverlineMrs., boards Luther Bent's, Spring 
Stiles William L., tinsmith, Spring, near Main, house Riv- 
erside place, near Main 



"WATEETOWN" [g] DIRECTORY. 259 

Stiles William L. jr. (Thayer & Stiles), stoves, Main, near 

Spring, house at Newton 
Stockin Abner C, agent for Harper & Bros. (47 Frank- 
lin, B.), house Palfrey, opposite White's avenue 
Stockin Edwin, clerk (47 Franklin, B.), boards Abner C. 
Stockin's, Palfrey [h. Spring, n. Fayette 

Stoekwell George B., livery stable, Spring, next F. R. R., 
Stockwell Jane Miss, assistant librarian Public library, 

boards G. B. Stockwell's, Spring 
Stokes, Donahoe & Co. (John Stokes and Michael J. Don- 

ahoe), granite workers, Arsenal, n. Brighton bridge 
Stokes John (Stokes, Donahoe & Co.), granite worker, 

Arsenal, house at Brighton 
Stolbora J. T., at dye house, h. Summer, n. White's av. 
Stone Andrew H., janitor school-houses, h. Gilkey av. 
Stone Charles W., paying teller (National Revere Bank, 

100 Franklin, B.), house Mt. Auburn, cor. Parker 
Stone Joseph H. (Gilkey & Stone), lumber, house Irving, 

near F. R. R. 
Stone Joshua C, farmer, h. Grove, cor. Coolidge avenue 
Stone Louisa Mrs., boards H. C. Derby's, Watertown 
Stone Rebecca G. Mrs., boards Geo. K. Snow's, Summer 
Stowell Eliza Miss, house Mt. Auburn, corner Franklin 
Stowell Emma Miss, house Mt. Auburn, corner Franklin 
Strang Charlotte E., widow of John R., house Summer, 

near Mt. Auburn 
Straw Milton A., house Green, near Main 
Strite Charles B., coachman S. R. Payson, house Bel- 
mont, near Common 
Sullivan Cornelius, boards James Sullivan's, Pleasant 
Sullivan Daniel, laborer, house Pleasant, near Howard 
Sullivan Daniel A., spinner JEtna, mill, boards Julia Sul- 
livan's, Pleasant [n. Green 
Sullivan Dennis, expressman John Kinney, h. Pleasant, 
Sullivan Dennis, laborer, h. Pleasant, corner Howard 
Sullivan Florence, laborer, house rear Cross, near Main 
Sullivan Harry, at iEtna mill, house River, near the mill 
Sullivan Humphrey, laborer, bds. John Sullivan's, River 
Sullivan James, laborer, house Pleasant, near Howard 
Sullivan James, paper-maker Hollingsworth & Whitney, 
house at Newton [at Cambridge 
Sullivan Jeffrey, stone-cutter Stokes, Donahoe & Co., h. 
Sullivan Jeremiah J., attorn ey-at-law, Barnard blk., Main 

and (28 School, B.), bfls. River, near iEtna mill 
Sullivan John, milkman, River, near iEtna mill, h. do. 
Sullivan John J., laborer, house Galen, near Watertown 
Sullivan John P., laborer, house Pleasant, near Howard 
Sullivan Julia, widow of Daniel, h. Pleasant, n. Howard 
Sullivan J. Albert, apothecary, Watertown sq., h. do. 



260 WATERTOWN [T] DIRECTORY. 

Sullivan Peter J., boards John P. Sullivan's, Pleasant 
Sullivan Rogers, at Barker's starch works, h. at Newton 
Swan John, laborer, house Pleasant, near Cross 
Swett A. B., teamster Stokes, Donahoe & Co., house at 

Brighton [Brighton 

Swett Oscar, upholsterer Luther Bent & Co., house at 
Symmes Mary D., widow of Eben, b. Frank H. Drake's, 

Marshall 

TAFT DAVID E., laborer, b. David J. Taft's, Howard 
Taft David J., mason, house Howard 
Taggard Eliza, wid. of John, h. Summer, n. White's av. 
Tainter Daniel A., house Franklin, corner Mt. Auburn 
Tainter George, pattern maker Walker & Pratt Mnfg. Co., 

house Galen, corner Water 
Tainter Mary B., widow of Wm. C, b. Galen, c. Water 
Tainter Newell B., clerk (9 Chatham row, B.), bds. D. A. 

Tainter's, Franklin, corner Mt. Auburn 
Tane John, at ^Etna mill, house at Newton 
Tarleton Joseph, clergyman, house Orchard, cor. White 
Tarleton Joseph K., boards Rev. J. Tarleton's, Orchard 
Tarlton Frank D., clerk Otis Bros., rooms F. H. Sher- 
man's, Irving 
TARLTON GEORGE H., watchmaker and jew- 
eler, 26 Main, b. O. F. Knox's, Franklin (see p. 309) 
Taylor Amanda J. Miss, b. F. P. Trickey's, Belmont 
Teele George E., hardware, 25 Main, corner Spiing, house 

Mt. Auburn, corner Auburn place 
Tennant John, shoemaker, boards P. Downey's, Fayette 
Tenney James, house Cuba, near Main 
Tenney Susie J. Miss, teacher of music, boards James 

Tenney's, Cuba 
Tetter Samuel, at iEtna mill, house JEtna, House, River 
Thayer Stephen O. (Thayer & Stiles), kitchen furnishing 

goods, Main, house at Newton 
Thayer & Stiles (Stephen O. Thayer and William L. 

Stiles jr.), kitchen furnishing goods, Main, n. Spring 
Thomas Fred A., moulder, house Pleasant, near Green 
Thompson Albert L., carpenter (address P. O. box, 200), 

bds. Frank T. Fay's, Winter, rooms Spring,' n. Main 
Thompson F., carpenter, boards 4 C block, rear Myrtle 
Thompson Norman B., blacksmith (B.), house Wheelers, 

Riverside [town 

Thwing Chas. G., carpenter, b. Joseph Thwing's, Water- 
Thwing Josiah, house Watertown, near Newton line 
Tillson Susan A., h. Mt. Auburn, near Marshall 
Timmoney Hugh, laborer, house foot of Cottage 
Titcomb Lucy W. Mrs., house Main, near White's av. 
Tolman Alvin, teamster T. P. Emerson, house Arsenal, 

near Taylor 



WATERTOWN" [T] DIRECTORY. 261 

Torlay Fred A., Knapp Shade Roller Co., h. Cushman 
Torre Joseph, laborer, house Main street court 
Tourtellott William H., farmer, h. Lexington, n. Main 
Tovvle Charles J., wool puller, house Market, near Main 
Towle Cyrus E., moulder, house Franklin, near Walnut 
Towle Dan. W., moulder, b. C. E. Towle's, Franklin 
Towne Pliny F. (Fletcher & Towne), grocer, River, 

corner Bridge, house do. 
Townsend Henry, at JEtna mill, house at Brighton 
Tovvnsend Luther T. Rev., professor (Boston Theological 

Seminary, 20 Beacon, B.), house Chestnut, n. Main 
Tracy Michael, coachman Miles Pratt, house Spring, cor- 
ner Palfrey 
Tracy Thomas, teamster, house Market, near Arsenal 
Train Otis A., stoves (50 Union, B.), house Mt. Auburn, 

near Palfrey 
Trask David F., iron moulder, house Main, n. Chestnut 
Travers Anthony, soldier U. S. Arsenal, boards do. 

TREAT WILLIAM W., canned goods (424 At- 
lantic av., B.), h. Coolidge av., n. Grove {see p. 311) 
Trickey Fordyce P., boarding and sale stable (253 Atlan- 
tic avenue, B.), house Belmont, n. Waltham line 
TRIPP DAVID F., concrete paving and roofing, 
Irving, corner Garnet, house do. (see page 310) 
Tripp Willard D., assistant superintendent dept., of indoor 
poor, office (Board of Health, State House, B.), h. 
Boyd, corner Galen square 
Troy Martin, coachman G. R. Payson, Belmont, bds. do. 
Tuck Benjamin W., painter, house Market, n. Arsenal 
Tucker John, house Mt. Auburn, corner Summer 
Tugman James, boards John Tugman's, Cuba 
Tugman John, laborer, house Cuba, near Myrtle 
Tulley James, plasterer, boards John Gleason's, Main 
Tulley Patrick, core maker Walker & Pratt Mnfg. Co., 

bouse Main, near Chestnut 
Tupper Angus G., carpenter, rear Wallingford's stable, 

Newton, house Williams 
Tupper Kimball E., paper maker, house Wheelers, 

Riverside 
Turk Francis P., boards Patrick Turk's, Mt. Auburn 
Turk Joseph M., at Am. Carpet Lining Co., h. Cottage pi. 
Turk Patrick, laborer, house Mt. Auburn, cor. Cottage 
Turner Alfred E., clerk (32 Hawley, B.), boards Levi A. 

Turner's, Chestnut 
Turner Joseph, hosiery knitter F. Elliott, Arsenal, house 
at Newton [nal, b. at Newton 

Turner Joseph jr., hosiery knitter Frederick Elliot, Arse- 
Turner Levi A., sheepskins (17 High, B.), house Chest- 
nut, corner Green 



262 WATERTOWtf [U-V-W] DIRECTORY. 

Tattle John W., com. mer. (218 Devonshire, B.), house 

Morse, near Galen [Tuttle's, Morse 

Tuttle Karl R., clerk (81 Pearl, B.), boards John W. 

Twohig Dennis, at Am, Carpet Lining Co., house at 

Cambridge 
Twohig James, laborer, house Arsenal, n. IT. S. Arsenal 
Twohig William, at Carpet Lining Co., h. Cambridge 
Tyghe Joseph, wool puller, house Main, near Myrtle 

UNION HORSE RAILROAD, station Main, near 
Cross, office (3 Harvard square, Cambridge) 

Union Market Hotel, Walnut, near Arsenal, Henry Ken- 
dall, proprietor 

Union Market National Bank, Main, opposite Town Hall 

Union Stock Market, Walnut, near Arsenal 

U. S. Arsenal, Arsenal, near Elm 

VAHEY JAMES, saloon, Market, near Arsenal, h. do. 
Vahey John, laborer, house Arsenal, near Main 
Yahey Martin, laborer, b. John Hughes', off Market 
Vahey Michael, laborer, house Brook 
Varley John E., hairdresser, Main, corner Galen, house 

Main, corner Cross 
Varley Patrick E., hairdresser, boards Main, cor. Cross 
Vaughan George B., moulder, house Summer, cor. Pearl 
Veno Silver D., waiter Spring Hotel, boards do. 
Vine James, at Porter Needle Co., boards at Newton 

WALDRON CATHERINE, widow of Michael, house 

Wheelers, Riverside 
Walker Alonzo, concrete paver, b. E. S. Colburn's, Spring 
Walker Arthur W., bookkeeper Walker & Pratt Mnfg. 

Co., boards Hannah Home's, Phillips 
Walker Cornelius, boots and shoes (120 Summer, B.), 

boards Mrs. Cornelius Walker's, Morse 
Walker Cornelius Mrs., house Morse, near Jewett 
Walker Erving, printer (31 State, B.), Lowell avenue, 

corner Orchard [Lowell avenue 

Walker Erving P., curtain-fixture maker, b. E. Walker's, 
Walker Geo. W., pres. Walker & Pratt Mnfg. Co., stove 

rnnfr., store (31 to 35 Union, B.), house at Maiden 
Walker Horace E., at Walker & Pratt Mnfg. Co. (31 

to 35 Union, B.), house at Newtonville 
Walker Samuel, oils (33 India, B.), h. Winter, opp. Cross 
Walker & Pratt Mnfg. Co., Geo. W. Walker, pres., Geo. 

E. Priest, treasurer, stove manufacturers, 21 and 23 

Galen and (31 to 35 Union, B.) 
Wall Harriet H., widow of James F., millinery goods, 

Main, corner Spring, house Spring, near Main 



WATEKTOWN" [W] DIRECTORY. 263 

Wallace Thomas, blacksmith, b. R. Frank Cook's, Water 
Wallace Win., laborer, house Belmont, corner Carroll 
Wallace William H., clerk W. H. Lyman, boards Wm. 

Wallace's, Belmont 
Wallis B. Frank, clerk (F. R. R. Co., Charlestown), 

house Spring, corner Summer 
Ward John D., day watchman American Carpet Lining 

Co., boards Union Market Hotel 
Ward Mary M. Miss, fancy goods, Main, n. Cross, h. do. 
Ward William, night watchman American Carpet Lining 

Co., house at Newton 
Warren Albert C. (Warren's Soap Mnfg. Co.), Water, 

house at Newton Lower Falls 
Warren Soap Mnfg. Co. (Albert C. Warren, James Foley, 

Geo. L. Stevens, Alfred H. A. Groeschiner), Water, 

and (143 Federal, B.) 
Washburn Edwin P., machinist Walker & Pratt Mnfg. 

Co., house at Roxbury [Bemis station 

Waters John, laborer in iEtna mill, house Bridge, near 
Waters John F., loom fixer JEtna mills, boards John Wa- 
ters', Bridge 
Waters Joseph H., wool-sorter, b. John Waters', Bridge 
Watertown Almshouse, Zachariah Boody, supt., Orchard 
Watertown Branch F. R. R. station, Church, near Main, 

J. M. Johnson, station agent 

WATERTOWN ENTERPRISE, S. S. Gleason, 
editor and proprietor, Barnard block, 38 Main 
Watertown Fire Department, Church, near Main 
Watertown Free Public Library, town house, Main, cor- 
ner Church 
Watertown Gas Works, Waldo A. Learned, supt., Water 
Watertown Hotel, P. J. Kelly, prop., Mt. Auburn, n. Main 
Watertown Savings Bank, Union Market Bank bldg.,Main 
Watt Charles, laborer Waldo Adams, boards Robert El- 
der's, Mt. Auburn 
Watt James, house Main, near F. R. R. 
Waugh George, laborer (T. W. Walker, Waltham), bds. 

James Henderson's, Grove 
Webber Chas. H., laborer, house Palfrey, near Spring 
Welch Daniel, teamster L. Bent & Co., boards Michael 

Welch's, Galen 
Welch James, laborer A. D. Henderson, Arsenal, house 
at Brighton [Brighton 

Welch Michael, laborer A. D. Henderson, Arsenal, h. at 
Welch Michael, laborer, house Common street place 
Welch Michael, boards Peter Welch's, Main 
Welch Patrick, laborer, house Arsenal, near Main 
Welch Patrick, laborer, boards Thomas Nally's, Market 
Welch Peter, laborer, house Main, near Chestnut 



264 WATERTOWN" [W] DIRECTORY. 

Welch Thomas, laborer, boards Peter Welch's, Main 
Welch Thomas, stone-layer, h. rear Market, n. Arsenal 
Wellsman John, painter, Cottage, n. Mt. Auburn, house 

at Belmont [Welsh's, Pleasant 

Welsh Daniel F., clerk Luther Bent, Main, bds. Michael 
Welsh John A., boards Michael Welsh's, Pleasant 
Welsh Michael, house Pleasant, cor. Watertown square 
Wentworth Thomas B., office furniture manufacturer, 

house Mt. Auburn, near School 
West John, agent for "Household" (Brattleboro, Vt.), 

house off Mt. Auburn, near Cottage 
Westerfield Henry A., asst. engineer Hollingsworth & 

Whitney Co., house Spring, corner Palfrey 
Western Union Telegraph Office, Church, Watertown 

station, John M. Johnson, operator 
Wheeler George E., clerk J. Albert Sullivan, boards Hor- 
ace Wheeler's, Summer 
Wheeler Horace, carpenter, house Summer, cor. Winter 
Wheeler H. Leslie, student (Harvard College), boards 

Horace Wheeler's, Summer 
Wheeler Jesse F., lawyer (23 Court, B.), and town house, 

Main, house Mt. Auburn, near Palfrey 
Wheeler Otis, carpenter, house Winter, corner Church 
Whitcomb Frank E., forwarding agent (F. R. R., B.), 

house Belmont, corner Lexington 
White Albert, farmer W. H. Greenleaf, Palfrey, bds. do. 
White Charles C, clerk C. W. Berry, Main, rooms Wm. 

Gammon's, Patten 
White Hattie V., milliner, b. John N. Coffin's, Arlington 
White James, moulder, boards John Kenny's, Main 
White John, butcher, boards Patrick White's, Cottage 
White Mary A., widow of William, house Watertown, 

near California 
White Patrick, farmer John Coolidge, house foot Cottage 
White Patrick, teamster George A. Sawyer, boards do. 
White Sarah, widow of Philemon, boards John N. Cof- 
fin's, Arlington 
White William, stove-mounter, house Main, near Cross 
Whitehead Thomas, at Porter Needle Co., house Fiftt* 

avenue, near Watertown 
Whitehead Thos., machinist, h. off Watertown, n. Morse 

WHITING MOSES, carpenter, Church, near F. 
R. R., house Palfrey, corner Church (see page 311) 
Whiting Oliver, b. Moses Whiting's, Palfrey, cor. Church 
Whitman Samuel B., livery stable (Newton), house 

Morse, near Galen 
Whitney Bertha M. Miss, boards Bradshaw Whitney's, 

Lexington 
Whitney Bradshaw, farmer, h. Lexington, near Belmont 



WATEKTOWST [W] DIRECTORY. 265 

Whitney Caroline, widow of Leonard, h. Main, c. White's 

avenue 
Whitney Charles E., boards L. Whitney's, Main 
Whitney Fred. A., student, boards L. Whitney's, Main 
Whitney Hiram, jewelry, Main, near Church, house 

Spring, corner Summer 
Whitney Martha Miss, boards Mt. Auburn, cor. Phillips 
Whitney Solon F., teacher High school (Fayette, corner 
Broadway, Cambridgeport), and librarian Free Pub- 
lic Library, house Garfield 
Whitney Susan B. Miss, bds. Mt. Auburn, cor. Phillips 
Whitney Thomas F., second hand paper-bag room Hol- 

lingsworth & Whitney Co., house Fayette, n. Pearl 
Whiton Thomas L., express, Galen, cor. Water, house do. 
Whitten Henry C. (Simons, Hatch & Whitten), Spring, 

near Fayette, house at Winchester 
Whittier Octavia L. Mrs., house Morse, near Jewett 
Whitton John F., car-builder (F. R. R., B.), h. Walnut 
Whitton Margaret E., station agent Union Market sta- 
tion, house do. 
Wicks Lida F. Miss, teacher, bds. W. H. Wicks', Green 
Wicks Thomas H., carpenter, bds. W. H. Wicks', Green 
Wicks William H., carpenter, Green, near Main, h. do. 
Wiggin Charles, painter (Newton), bds. Stephen Decker's, 

Fayette 
Wiles George, at iEtna mills, boards iEtna House, River 
Wiley Lorenzo P., confectionery and dining saloon, Main, 
opp. Church, house Cross, near Main [ton line 

Wilkinson William B., carpenter, h. Watertown, n. New- 
Willey Peter, laborer at wool shop, h. Market, n. Arsenal 
Williams Chester, farmer, boards Win., H. Tourtellott's, 

Lexington 
Williams Edward S., finisher Walker & Pratt Mnfg. Co., 

house at Cambridge 
Williams George, at (Am. Shade Roller Co., B.), house 

Pleasant, near Cross 
Williams Nellie E. Miss, teacher primary and intermedi- 
ate South District school, bds. Mrs. Hannah Priest's, 
Riverside place 
Williams Thomas, mason, house Forest, opposite Fayette 
Williamson Hiram, clerk, house Palfrey, near Spring 
Williamson John, at ^Etna mills, bds. JEtna House, River 
Williston George B., at Lewando's dye house, house Sum- 
mer, corner White's avenue 
Wilson A. E., clerk Edward Russell, Main, rooms do. 
Wilson Benjamin O., drugs (28 Merchants row, Boston), 

house Main, near Forest 
Wilson Charles H., carpenter, house Palfrey, n. Spring 
Wilson Edwin P., pastor Phillips Congregational church, 
house Main, corner Green 



266 WATERTOWN [Y] DIRECTORY. 

Wilson George L., clerk (28 Merchants row, B.), boards 

B. O. Wilson's, Main 
Wilson Isabella, wid. of John, h. Cottage, cor. Cottage pi. 
Wilson William H., carpenter, boards Mrs. Isabella Wil- 
son's, Cottage 
Winfield Lewis, hack-driver, house Pleasant, near Cross 
Wiswall George H., clerk (82 State, B.), bds. H. M. Wis- 

wall's, Myrtle 
Wiswall Henry M. (Bay State Pump Co., 21 Charles- 
town, B.), house Myrtle, near Main [sq. 
Witty Herman, polisher, b. John Barker's, Moore, n. Galen 
Wollitzer Anton J., house Myrtle, corner Pleasant 
Wombolt Robert, paper maker, house Middle, near Main 
Wood Alex., gardener, bds. Mrs. Jessie Wood's, Summer 
Wood Cooledge P., house Green, near Pleasant 
Wood Herbert S., moulder, house Fayette, near Church 
Wood Jessie, widow of William, h. Summer, near Forest 
Woods James, hostler Union Market Hotel, boards do. 
Woodward Benjamin, com. mer. (B.), house Belmont, 
corner White 

WOODWARD JAMES B., apothecary, Main, n. 
town hall, house do. (see page 307) [do. 

Woodward S. Edmund, clerk J. B. Woodward, Main, b. 
Woodward Charles L. Rev. (Sec. Am. Miss. Asso., 21 

Congregational House, Beacon, cor. Somerset, B.), 

house Fayette, near White's avenue 
Worcester Francis, organ maker (162 Broadway, Cam- 

bridgeport), house Parker, near Mt. Auburn 
Worcester Ida F., bookkeeper (29 Hawley, B.), boards 

Francis Worcester's, Parker 
Wormwood Fred, machinist (21 Haverhill, B.), boards 

Thomas Smith's, Watertown 
Worth Charles S., carpenter U. S. Arsenal, h. at Brighton 
Wright George D., painter and paper hanger, boards R. 

Wright's, Howard [R. R. 

Wright Richard, carpenter and builder, h. Howard, n. F. 

YORK JOHN" A., stove mounter Walker & Pratt Mnfg. 

Co., house Mt. Auburn, opposite Summer 
York John Amos, mason, h. Summer, n. White's avenue 
York Michael, stove mounter, b. John A. York's, Summer 
York Thomas A., student, bds. John A. York's, Summer 
York William, mason, boards John A. York's, Summer 
Young Thomas, at Union Market Hotel, boards do. 



WATERTOWN BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 267 



WATERTOWN 




BUSINESS DIRECTORY, 

EMBRACING 

A Classified List of all Trades, Professions and Pursuits 

in the Town of WATIRTOWN, for the year 1882, 

arranged Alphabetically for each Trade, thus 

exhibiting at a glance the full address and 

Special Business of her Citizens. 



Adjustable Dress Forms. 

Hall John, Bigelow avenue 

Agricultural Implements. 

Teele Geo. E., 25 Main, near Spring 

Ale, Porter, Etc. 

Barnes James J., Main, near Cross 
Callahan Philip J., Cottage, near Catholic cemetery 
Dorney Patrick, Pleasant, near Green 
Ferden Thomas, Arsenal, near Main 
Manion John, Pleasant, near Galen 
McCarthy Hannah, Galen, near Water 
McDonald William A., Galen, near Water 
McSherry Bartley, Galen, Watertown square 
Murray Owen, Galen, near Water 
17 



268 WATERTOWN BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Ale, JPorter, etc. — Continued. 

Nally Patrick, Main, comer Forest 
O'Brien John, Arsenal, opposite Market 
Vahey James, Market, near Arsenal 

Apothecaries. 

Russell Edward, Main, opposite Spring 
Sullivan J. Albert, Watertown square 
WOODWARD JAMES B., Main, near town hall (see 
page 307) 

Architect. 

Haynes Alberto F., Irving, near Garnet 

Auctioneers. 

Gleason S. S., 38 Main 

GLEASON & CO., Main, corner Galen (see page 310) 

Baker. 

Bright Charles H., Main, near Church 

Banks. 

Union Market National Bank, Geo. N. March, pres., John 
K. Stickney, vice-pres., Tilden G. Abbott, cashier, 
Main, opposite town hall 

Watertown Savings Bank, Charles J. Barry, pres., Til- 
den G. Abbott, treas., Main, opp. town hall 

Billiard Hall. 

American Hall, Albert W. Lathrop, Main, opp. Galen 

Blacksmiths. 

Foley William C, Arsenal, corner Taylor 
Ham Joseph F., Riverside place 
Regan & Quinn, Taylor, near Arsenal 
Sharkey Patrick, Arlington, corner Belmont 

Boarding -Houses. 

iEtna House, River, near Bemis station 

Cahill Kate, Spring, near R. R. 

Colburn Enoch S., Spring, near Fayette 

Kenny John, Main, corner Cross 

Manning Margaret, Mt. Auburn, near F. R. R. 

Mayo Charles F., Galen, corner Williams 

Mooers Elizabeth A. Miss, Mt. Auburn, corner Patten 



WATERTOWN BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 269 

Book Binder. 

Alden Thomas, Main, opposite Watertown square 

Books and Stationery. 

McLAUTHLIN" & CO., Main, opp. Watertown square 

(see page 3) 
Russell James E., Galen, near Water 

Boots and Shoes. 

Cahill Bridget, Noyes block, Main 

Dooley James, Mt. Auburn, near Main 

HOWES GEO. E., McMasters' block, Main (see p. 312) 

Otis Bros., Otis Brothers block, Main 

PINKHAM I. W., Barnard block, Main (see p. 311) 

Boot and Shoe Makers and Bepairers. 

Clifford John J., Main, near Cross 

Drew A. D., Main, corner Spring 

Glaab Leonard, Mt. Auburn, near railroad bridge 

Lyons Thomas, Galen, near Main, Watertown square 

Ramsay Major, Cottage place 

Saar Lorenz, Noyes block, Main, near Cross 

Sheridan John P., Mt. Auburn, next railroad crossing 

Brick and Sand. 

PEVEAR & RUSSELL, Arsenal, corner Patten (see 
page 3) 

Butchers. 

Bleiler George, Arsenal, near the Arsenal 

Daly Charles, Belmont, near Arlington 

Sargent Charles O., Main 

Sawyer George A., Arsenal, opp. Union Market House 

Cabinet Maker. 

O'Brien- Daniel, Church, near Main 

Carpenters. 

Berry & Moody, Main, opposite Mt. Auburn 

Burnham Charles H., Palfrey, near Mt. Auburn 

Macurdy Warren H., Elm, near Arlington 

Stearns Samuel F., Main street court 

WHITING MOSES, Church, near the depot (see p. 311) 

Wicks William EL, Green, near Main 

Wright Richard, Howard 



270 WATERTOWN BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Carpet Linings. 

American Carpet Lining Co., Arsenal, opp. U. S. Arsenal 
(office 179 Devonshire, Boston) 

Carpets. 

Bent Luther & Co., Main, opp. Church 

Carriage Manufacturers. 

Foley William C, Arsenal, corner Taylor 
Ross John, Spring, near Main 

Carriage JPainter. 

Foley John T., Taylor, corner Arsenal 

Carriagesmith . 
Ross John, Spring, near Main 

Carriage Trimmers. 

Fagan James H., Mt. Auburn, near railroad bridge 
Patten Thomas, Main, corner Mt. Auburn 

Cement and Plaster. 

GILKEY & STONE, Irving, corner Arsenal (see p. 6) 

Cigars and Tobacco. 

WOODWARD JAMES B., Main, near Town hall (see 
page 207) 

Clergymen. 

Capen Edward A. (Baptist), Irving, opposite Garnet 

Gibbons John (R. C), Main 

Howell Samuel N. (Presbyterian), Walnut avenue 

Husted John B. (M. E.), Cuba, near Main 

Kellen William (M. E.), Palfrey 

Knapp A. M. (Unitarian), Garfield 

Rand Edward, Mt. Auburn, near Common 

Smith T. Berton (M. E.), Fayette, near White's avenue 

Stack Robert P. (Catholic), Main, near Green 

Stearns Daniel M. (Cong.), Elton av., near Nichols av. 

Tarleton Joseph (C. T.), Orchard, corner White 

Townsend Luther T. (Methodist), Chestnut 

Wilson Edwin P. (C. T.), Main, corner Green 

Woodworth Charles L. (C. T.), Fayette, n. White's av. 



WATERTOWN BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 271 

Clocks. 

TARLTON GEORGE H., Barnard block, 26 Main (see 
page 309) 

Clothing and Gents 9 Furnishing Goods. 

BROWN F. A., Main, opp. Galen (see page 312) 

Critchett & Sawyer, Barnard block, Main 

HOWES GEO. E., McMasters' block, Main (see p. 312) 

Coal and Wood. 

Gavin Thomas, Main, near Cross 

Henderson A. D., Arsenal, near Brighton bridge 

PEVEAR & RUSSELL, Arsenal, cor. Patten (see p. 3) 

Coffins and Caskets. 

GREGG ALEXANDER, 15 Galen (see page 310) 

Concrete Sidewalks. 

TRIPP DAVID F., Irving, cor. Garnet (see page 310) 

Confectionery and Fruit* 

Clark Charles E., Main, near Cross 
McAskill S. C, Main, corner Church 
Wiley Lorenzo P., Main, opposite Church 

Crockery and Glassware. 

Adams George E., Main, corner Galen 

Bent Luther & Co., Main, opposite Town Hall 

Philbrook H. A., Main, corner Church 

Dentists. 

Home R. F., Bank building, Main, opposite Church 
Huckins David T., McMasters' block, Main 

Dining Mooms. 

Pike George E., Spring, near Main 
Wiley Loronzo P., Main, opposite Church 

Doors, Sashes and Blinds. 

HARDY, DYER & CO., Pleasant, c. Watertown square 
(see page 12) 



272 WATERTOWN BUSINESS DIRECTORY 

Dressmakers. 

Boyle Jennie T., Spring, near Main 
Corbray Agnes, Galen, corner Williams 
Dadraun Mary Miss, Main, corner Cross 
Davis Lydia M. Miss, Mt. Auburn, near R. R. 
Gray Maggie L. Miss, Otis Bros, block, Main 
Horr Valeria Miss, Parker 
Marden Chas. W. Mrs., Wheelers, Riverside 
Murphy Catharine, Main, near Cross 
O'Halloran Mary Miss, Cross, corner Main 

Dry Cleansing, 

LEWANDO'S FRENCH DYE HOUSE (the only 
house in New England for the dry cleansing of deli- 
cate fabrics), Galen, near Pleasant, office (17 Temple 
place, B.), (see page 2) 

Dry Goods. 

Otis Bros., Otis Bros, block, Main 

PINKHAM I. W., Barnard block, Main (see page 311) 

Dye Souse. 

LEWANDO'S FRENCH DYE HOUSE, Galen, near 
Pleasant, office (17 Temple place, B.) (see page 2) 

Employment Offices. 

Carbrey Agnes, Galen, corner Williams 
O'Halloran Rosa Mrs., Cross, corner Pleasant 

Expresses. 

Critchett & Son, Main, cor. Spring, and (91 Kilby, B.) 
Emerson Thomas P., Spring, n. railroad, and (34 Court 
square, 75 Kilby, 15 Devonshire and 105 Arch, B.) 
Nally Patrick, Watertown sq. and (44 No. Market, B.) 
Whiton Thomas L., Galen, corner Water 

Fancy Goods. 

Cahill Bridget, Noyes block, Main 

McLAUTHLIN & CO., Main, opposite Watertown 

square (see page 3) 
PINKHAM I. W., Barnard block, Main (see page 311) 
Ward M. M. Miss, Main, near Cross 
WOODWARD JAMES B., Main, near Town Hall (see 

page 307) 



WATERTOWN BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 273 

Fish and Oysters. 

McKay I. N. A., Galen 

Snow James H., Mt. Auburn, near Main 

* 

Flour and Grain. 

Coffin & Magee, Main, opposite Spring 

PERKINS WM. H., Main, opp. Mt. Auburn (see p. 312) 

Florists. 

RIVERSIDE CONSERVATORIES, Coolidge avenue, 
W. W. Treat, proprietor (see page 311) 

Furniture Dealers. 

Bent Luther & Co., Main, opposite Church 

Gas Light Company. 

Newton and Watertown Gas Light Company, Water, 
near Galen, Waldo A. Learned, superintendent 

Granite Works. 

Stokes, Donahoe & Co., near Brighton bridge 

Grist Mill. 

Coffin & Magee, Main, opposite Spring 

Grocers. 

Berry Chas. W., Barnard block, Main 

Burns James, Galen, near Main 

Coon J. H. L., Otis Bros, block, Main 

Flagg James H., Mt. Auburn, near R. R. bridge 

Fletcher & Towne, River, corner Bridge 

Ford Thomas, Main, above Cross 

Grant Joseph H., Mt. Auburn, near R. R. bridge 

Hall E. C. & A. B., Noyes block, opp. Town Hall, Main 

Jennison E. Otis, Main, opp. Town Hall 

Levalley Maria Mrs., Mt. Auburn, near Main 

Lynch Bros., Watertown square 

Hairdressers. 

Jarvis John J., Noyes block, Main 
Lenox John, Main, rear Church 
Mulhearn Thomas, Mt. Auburn, near Main 
Shipp Geo. S., Main, near Church 
Variey John E., Main, corner Galen 



274 WATEETOWN BUSINESS DIEECTOEY. 

Hardware. 

Paine Richard H., Dana block, Main 
Teele George E., 25 Main 

Harness Makers. 

Fagan James H., Mt. Auburn, near R. R. bridge 
McWhirter George, Main, opposite Town Hall 
Patten Thomas, Main, corner Mt. Auburn 

Hats and Caps. 

BROWN F. A., 43 Main (see page 312) 

HOWES GEO. E., McMasters' block, Main (see p. 312) 

Hay and Straw. 

PERKINS W. H., Main, opp. Mt. Auburn (see p. 312) 
PEVEAR & RUSSELL, Arsenal, cor. Patten (see p. 3) 

Horse Shoer. 

Ham J. F., Main, opposite Mt. Auburn 

Hosiery Knitter. 

Elliott Frederic, Arsenal, junction Market 

Hotels. 

Button wood House, Edw. Bright, prop., Main, n. Howard 
Glen Park Hotel, G. W. Sawin, proprieter, off Coolidge, 

near Arlington 
Riverside House, John O'Brien, prop., Arsenal, opposite 

Market 
Spring Hotel, S. L. Batchelder, proprietor, Main, opposite 

Watertown square 
Union Market Hotel, Henry Kendall, proprietor, Walnut, 

near Arsenal 
Watertown Hotel, P. J. Kelly, prop., Mt. Auburn, n. Main 

Ice. 

Howard Bros., Watertown, near Galen 

Insurance Agents. 

GLEASON S. S., Barnard block, 38 Main (see p. 310) 
INGRAHAM WM. H., Barnard block, Main (see p. 314) 

Intelligence Office. 

Ward M. M. Miss, Main, near Cross 



WATERTOWN BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 275 

Jewelry, Watches, Etc. 
TARLTON GEO. H., Barnard blk., 26 Main (see p. 309) 

Junk Dealers. 

Gaffhey Phillip, Main, near Myrtle 
Stevens Robert, rear Main, near Spring 

Lager Beer. 

Fitzwilliam Edward, Main, near Chestnut 

Laundries. 

HOWES GEO. E., agent Pequossette Laundry, M. Mc- 

Masters' block, Main (see page 312) 
Simons, Hatch & Whitten, Spring, near Fayette 

Lawyers. 

Bemis Isaac V., Dana block, Main 

Stark Robert M., Noyes' block, Main 

Sullivan J. J., Barnard block, Main, and (28 School, B.) 

Wheeler Jesse F., Mt. Auburn, and (23 Court, Boston) 

Library (Circulating). 

McLAUTHLIN & CO., Main, opposite Watertown sq. 
(see page 3) 

Lime, Hair, and Cement. 

GILKEY & STONE, Irving, corner Arsenal (see p. 6) 

'Livery Stables. 

Kelly P. J., Mt. Auburn, near Main 
Stockwell George B., Spring, next F. R. R. 



Lumber. 

GILKEY & STONE, Arsenal, corner Irving (see p. 6) 

Magnesium and Sodium. 

American Magnesium Co., Water, near Galen (143 Fed- 
eral, Boston) 



276 WATERTOWN BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Manufacturing Companies. 

^Etna Mills, A. O. Davidson, agent, River (Boston office 
266 Devonshire) 

American Carpet Lining Co., Arsenal, opposite U. S. Ar- 
senal (Boston office, 179 Devonshire) 

American Magnesium Co., Water, near Galen (Boston 
office, 143 Federal) 

Farwell I. jr. & Co. (silk), Morse, near Watertown (Bos- 
ton office, 92 Arch) 

Knapp Shade Roller Co., Fayette, corner Cushman (32 
Hawley, B.) 

Porter Needle Co., Watertown, near Galen 

Porter & Co., laundry machinery manufacturers, Water- 
town, near Galen 

Walker & Pratt Manufacturing Co. (stoves and furnaces), 
21 and 23 Galen and (31 to 35 Union, Boston) 

Masons. 

Cummings Ferdinand, Patten, near Mt. Auburn 
French Thomas L., Lexington, near Main 
McLaughlin Thomas, Summer, near White's avenue 

Milkmen. 

Learned Charles H., Main, near Waltham line 
Smith Daniel C, Morse, near Jewett 
Sullivan John, River, near JEtna mill 

Millinery. 

Carbrey Agnes, Galen, corner Williams 
Harrington Josephine Miss, McMasters' block, Main 
Meserve A. J. Miss, Main, near Church 
Wall Harriet Mrs., Main, near Spring 

Music Teachers. 
Galvin Kate Miss, Pleasant 
Home Bertha Miss, Phillips 
McLauthlin Hattie F., Patten 
Neville Alice B. Miss, Middle, near Main 
Tenney Susie J. Miss, Cuba, near Main 

Needle Manufacturers. 

Porter Needle Co., Watertown, near Galen 

Newspaper. 

WATERTOWN ENTERPRISE, S. S. Gleason, editor 
and proprietor, Barnard block, 38 Main (see p. 310) 



WATERTOWN BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 277 

Newspapers and Periodicals, 

McLAUTHLIN & CO., Main, opp. Watertown square 
(see page 3) 

Nurses* 

Blackwell Marcia A. Mrs., Riverside place 
Bowles Catharine Miss, Galen, corner Water 
Irons M. L. Mrs., Galen, corner Water 
Johnson Augusta Miss, Mt. Auburn, near railroad 



Notary Public. 

Wheeler Jesse F., Town Hall, Church 



Painter (Carriage)* 

Griswold Alexander, Spring, near Main 



Painters (Souse and Sign), 

Bright Henry F., Howard, near Main 
Page John, Main, opposite Mt. Auburn 
Russell Henry, Spring, near Main 
Wellsman J., Cottage, near Mt. Auburn 
Wright George D., Howard 



Paper Hangers. 

Russell Henry, Spring, near Main 
Russell Horace, Russell avenue 

Paper Hangings. 

COLLINS & CO., Barnard block, Main, opposite Spring 

(see back cover) 
Russell Henry, Spring, near Main 

Paper and Paper Bag Manufacturers. 

Hollingsworth & Whitney Co., Pleasant, opposite Cross, 
and (36 Federal and 135 Congress, B.) 

Photographer. 

Glines J. J., Otis block, Main 



278 WATERTOWN BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Physicians. 

Atwood Louisa B. Mrs., Mt. Auburn, near F. R. R. 
Hosraer Alfred, Riverside place, near Main 
Huckins David T., McMasters' block, Main, house Fay- 
ette, near Church 
Kelley M. J., Main, corner Watertown square 
Mack Mary E. Mrs. (clairvoyant), Spring, near Summer 
McDonnell James H., Main, corner Chestnut 
Morse Luther B., Riverside place, corner Market 
Murdock E. A., Patten, corner Mt. Auburn 
Prince Wm. H., Boyd, near Galen square 
Smith Lawrence S., Church, near Fayette 



Planing, Turning, Sawing, Etc. 

Gilkey Steam Mill Co., Arsenal 

HARDY, DYER & CO., Pleasant, near Watertown 
square (see page 12) 

Printers (Job). 

Barker Fred G., Barnard block, Main 
MuLAUTHLIN & CO., Main, opposite Watertown sq., 
(see page 3) 

Provisions. 

Hackett Bros., Galen, Watertown square 

Lyman William H., Mt. Auburn, near Main 

Mason H. P., Beechwood avenue 

PLAISTED & EAMES, 3 Otis block, Main (see p. 311) 

Publishers. 

WATERTOWN ENTERPRISE, S. S. Gleason, editor 
and proprietor, Barnard block, Main (see p. 311) 

Heal Estate Agents. 

GLEASON S. S., Barnard block, 38 Main (see p. 310) 

Hoofing. 

TRIPP D. F., Irving, cor. Grinnell (see page 310) 

Sash and Blind Manufacturers. 

Gilkey Steam Mill Co., Arsenal 



WATEETOWN BUSINESS DIEECTOEY. 279 

School House Furniture. 

WHITCOMB A. G. (73 Fulton, Boston) (see page 317) 

Settees. 

WHITCOMB A. G. (73 Fulton, Boston) (see page 317) 

Shirt Manufacturers. 

Barker J. G., Spring, opposite Fayette 
Simons, Hatch & Whitten, Spring, near Fayette (1 Win- 
throp square, and 18 to 32 Otis, B.) 

Silk Manufacturers. 

Farwell I. jr. & Co., Morse, n. Watertown (92 Arch, B.) 

Soap Manufacturers. 

Warren Soap Mnfg. Co., Water and (143 Federal, B.) 

Spectacles. 

TARLTON GEO. H., 26 Main (see page 309 

Starch Manufacturers. 

Barker H. & Co., Water and (74 Commercial, B.) 

Stoves and Tinware. 

Bowen George S., Main street court 
Philbrook H. A., Main, corner Church 
Thayer & Stiles, Main, near Spring 

Stove Manufacturers. 

Walker & Pratt Manufacturing Co., 21 and 23 Galen, and 
(31 to 35 Union, Boston) 

Tailors (Merchant). 

McAveeney Patrick, Mt. Auburn, near Main 
McMaster Archibald, McMasters' block, Main 

Teacher (Drawing). 

McLauthlin Emma H. Miss, Myrtle 

Teacher (Private School). 

Crafts Hattie B. Miss, Franklin 



280 WATERTOWN BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Tea, Coffee and Spices. 

Blanchard Benjamin P., Howes building, Main 

Telegraph Offices. 

Parmenter Chas. A., operative Western Union Telegraph 
Co., F. R. R. depot, Church 

Whitton Margaret E. Mrs., Union Market station, Wal- 
nut, corner Prospect 

Undertaker. 

GREGG ALEXANDER, 15 Galen (see page 310) 

Upholsterer. 

Bent Luther & Co., Main, opposite Church 

Watchmakers and Jewelers. 

Rogers William, Main, opposite Watertown square 
TARLTON GEO. H., Barnard blk., 26 Main(see p. 309) 
Whitney Hiram, Main, near Church 

Weighers. 

Flagg James H., Mt. Auburn, near R. R. bridge 
Town Scales, Thos. Patten, supt., Mt. Auburn, n. Main 

Wool Dealers. 

Hollis John W. & Co., Galen, near the bridge 

Woolen Goods Manufacturers. 

Mtua Mills, A. O. Davidson, agent, River, corner Bridge 
(Boston office, 266 Devonshire) 






WATEKTOWN DIRECTORY. 281 



OmCEES OF THE TOWN OF WATEKTOWN, 




FOR THE YEARS 1882-3. 



Town Elections First Monday in March. 



Selectmen — Oliver Shaw, J. J. Sullivan, Jas. W. Magee. 

Town Clerk — W. H. Ingraham. 

Treasurer — John K. Stickney. 

Collector — George L. Noyes. 

Assessors — George L. Noyes, James F. Lynch, William 
H. Ingraham. 

Auditor — Howard Russell. 

Overseers of Poor — The Selectmen. 

Police — George Parker, Ezrum V. Howard, A. H. 
Stone, S. F. Stearns. 

Constables and Truant Officers — G. Parker, E. V. 
Howard, M. W. Lyons. 

Superintendent of Almshouse and Pound-keeper — Z. 
Boodey. 

Board of Health — The Selectmen. 

Sextons — Alexander Gregg, George H. Gregg. 

Fence Viewers — John Coolidge, Ezrum V. Howard, 
Luther Bent. 



282 WATERTOWN DIRECTORY. 

Surveyors and Measurers of Wood and Bark — C. W. 
Berry, William H. Pevear, Harry E. Dadmun. 

Measurers of Grain — John Boyce, W. H. Perkins. 

Superintendent of Hay Scales — Thomas Patten. 

Surveyor of Highways — George H. Sleeper. 

Sealer of Weights and Measures — George H. Gregg. 

Engineers of Fire Department — C, W. Berry, J. A. 
York, Michael Carroll. 



FIRE DEPARTMENT. 

BOARD OF ENGINEERS. 

C. W. Berry, Chief; John A. York, Assistant; Michael 
Carroll, Clerk. 

PEQUOSSETTE S. F. E. CO., No. 1. 

Church street, near Main. 

Fifteen men. 

Bradford Holbrook, Foreman; C. W. Smith, Asst. 
Foreman; J. W. Newcomb, Clerk. 

A. D. DREW HOOK AND LADDER CO. 

Fifteen men. 

M. B. Colligan, Foreman; Martin Fay, Asst. Foreman; 
J. F. Regan, Clerk. 



PUBLIC SCHOOLS. 

SCHOOL COMMITTEE. 

A. L. Richards, Chairman, George L. Noyes, Secretary, 
Rev. Robert P. Stack, John Coolidge, Arthur H. Bailey, 
Charles W. Stone. 

John T. Prince, Superintendent. 

Miss A. M. Gregory, Teacher of Drawing. 

S. H. Hadley, Teacher of Music. 









WATERTOWN DIRECTORY. 



283 



HIGH SCHOOL. 

George R. Dwell ey, Principal; Ellen M. Crafts, Alvi- 
na P. Goss, Assistants. 

CENTRE DISTRICT. 
v 

GRAMMAR SCHOOL. 

Cyrus A. Neville, Master; Miss M. E. Merrill, As- 
sistant. 

INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL. 

Miss Alice I. Noreross, No. 1, Miss Georgia C. Tucker, 
No. 2, Miss Emily J. Dyer, No. 3, Teachers. 

PRIMARY SCHOOL, NO. ONE. 

Miss Mannie B. Patten, Teacher. 

PRIMARY SCHOOL, NO. TWO. 

Miss Maria Macurdy, Teacher. 

EAST DISTRICT. 

GRAMMAR SCHOOL. 

Miss Etta B. Dadmun, Teacher. 

INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL. 

Miss Helen S. Tolman, Teacher. 

LOWELL INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL. 

Miss Maria C. Jones, Teacher. 

PRIMARY SCHOOL. 

Miss Hattie B. Johnson, Teacher. 



WEST DISTRICT. 

GRAMMAR SCHOOL. 

H. B. Doland, Principal; Miss Grace Lawrence, As- 
sistant. 

INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL. 

Miss Corinne Brain ard, Teacher. 

PRIMARY SCHOOL, NO. ONE. 

Miss Joanna M. Riley, Teacher. 

PRIMARY SCHOOL, NO. TWO. 

Miss Bertha L. Emerson, Teacher. 
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284 WATERTOWN DIRECTORY. 

SOUTH DISTRICT. 

6EAMMAE SCHOOL. 

Miss Laura A. Campbell, Teacher. 
Miss Ruth W. Howard, Teacher. 

INTERMEDIATE AND PRIMARY SCHOOL. 

Miss Nellie E. Williams, Teacher. 

^TNA MILLS PRIMARY SCHOOL. 

Grove street. 
Miss Florence Hawks, Teacher. 



CHURCHES. 

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF WATERTOWN. 

Mt. Auburn street, near Main. 
Organized 1830. 

Rev. Edward A. Capen, Pastor; Newell Brown, Royal 
Gilkey, Joseph H. Stone, W. E. Farwell, Deacons; 
Joshua C. Stone, D. H. Priest, C. D. Crawford, Stand- 
ing Committee; Samuel Noyes, Treas.; Jos. H. Stone, 
Clerk; Geo. L. Noyes, Collector; Philemon Priest, Sexton; 
Joseph H. Stone, Supt. Sunday-school; Jas. E. Norcross, 
Asst. Supt.; Albert Gregg, Sec; S. H. Coombs, Treas.; 
Geo. Wiswall, Librarian; F. N. March, Asst. Librarian. 

Number of church-members, 271. Number of schol- 
ars, 300. Volumes, 800. 

PHILLIPS CHURCH (CONGREGATIONAL 
TRINITARIAN). 

Mt. Auburn street, corner Phillips. 

Organized 1855. 

Rev. Edwin P. Wilson, Pastor; Abiel Abbott, Luther 
B. Morse, Horace W. Otis, F. T. Fay, Deacons; Abiel 
Abbott, Treas.; J. Henry Green, Clerk; Charles W. 
Cummings, Sexton; S. G. Greenwood, Supt. Sunday- 
school; John M. Johnson, Asst. Supt.; Miss Annie Stone, 
Librarian. 

Officers of the Parish — Chas. Q. Pierce, Treas.; E. S. 
Plaisted, L. P. Hammond, E. B. Eaton, Prudential Com. 

Number of members, 210. Number of scholars, 220. 
Volumes, 600. 



WATERTOWN DIRECTORY. 285 

METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH. 
Main street, near Cross. 
Organized 1837. 
Rev. T. Berton Smith, Pastor; George Foskett, R. H. 
Paine, William W. Savage, H. S. Wood, William H. 
Dadmun, Cyrus D. Campbell, James Brown, Benj. F. Nut- 
ting, Wilbur F. Learned, George E. Priest, Stewards; 
Wilbur F. Learned, Treas.; Gardner Priest, Sexton; 
George E. Priest, Supt. Sunday-school; George Foskett, 
Librarian. 

Number of church-members, 131. Number of scholars, 
175. Volumes, 450. 

ST. PATRICK'S CHURCH (ROMAN CATHOLIC). 

Main street, near Watertown square 
Organized 1849. 
Rev. Robert P. Stack, Pastor; Rev. John Gibbons, 
Asst.; Thomas Stanley, Sexton; Rev. Robert P. Stack, 
Supt. Sunday-school. 
Number of members, 1500. 

FIRST PARISH SOCIETY (UNITARIAN). 

Church street, corner Summer. 
Organized 1630. 
Rev. A. M. Knapp, Pastor; Fred Robbins, Henry Rus- 
sell, C. W. Stone, Standing Committee; William H. In- 
graham, Treas. and Clerk; Rev. A. M. Knapp, Acting 
Supt. Sunday-school; Henry Russell jr., Librarian. 



MASONIC. 

PEQUOSSETTE LODGE OF FREE MASONS. 

Chartered 1858. 

Meetings held at Masonic Hall, Noyes block, second 
Thursday in the month. Officers elected annually, in 
June. 

Isaac Harrington, W. M.; George H. Tarlton, S. W.; 
A. H. A. Groeschner, J. W.; C. W. Stone, Treas.; Al- 
berto F. Haynes, Sec; George B. Aston, S. D.; F. II. 
Drake, J. D.; W. H. Dadmun, C; Robert L.Davis, M; 
Henry Hubbard, S. S.; Jas. Carney, J. S.; F. H. Edge- 
comb, T. 



286 WATERTOWN DIRECTORY. 

ODD FELLOWS. 

LAFAYETTE LODGE, NO. 31. 

Meets every Tuesday evening at Masonic Hall, Noyes 
block, Main street. 

F. A. Brown, JST. G.; A. L. Conant, V. G.; John New- 
comb, Sec; Charles A. Gregg, Treas. 



AMERICAN LEGION OF HONOR. 

CHARLES RIVER COUNCIL, NO. 36. 

Instituted Oct. 9, 1879. 

Dr. E. A. Murdock, C; John F. Bryan, V. C; S. F. 
Stearns, P. C; A. Goodwin, Sec; W. H. Perkins, Treas.; 
S. A. Gregg, Collector; Edward Russell, Orator; S. H. 
Coombs, Chaplain; E. A. Murdock, Medical Examiner. 



GRAND ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC. 

ISAAC B. PATTEN POST, NO. 81. 

Regular meetings, first and third Monday evenings of 
every month, at G. A. R. Hall, Mt. Auburn street, corner 
Main. 

George F. Robinson, P. C; H. W. Martin, S. V. C; 
A. W. Perkins, J. V. C; Charles C. White, Q. M.; Geo. 
Foskitt, Acljt.; J. Hallahan, Surgeon; C. F. Jackson, 
Chaplain; J. H. Russell. O. P.; Edward Lord, O. G.; 
H. P. Hubbard, S. M.; A. H, Hartwell, Q. M. S. 



U. O. G. C. 

ABRAHAM LINCOLN COMMANDERY, NO. 67. 

Organized Sept. 1879. 

Patrick Scott, JST. C; Mrs. W. H. King, V. JST. C; A. 
G. Fitch, Prelate; George H. Tarlton, Herald; Daniel A. 
S. Barker, K. P.; J. H. L. Coon. F. K. R.; Henry Col- 
lins, Treas.; Mrs. E. M. Teele, W. I. G.; David Birch- 
stead, W. 0, G.; Selah Howell, P. N. C. 

Meets at Grand Army Hall first and third Tuesday 
evenings of each month. 



WATERTOWN DIRECTORY. 287 

KNIGHTS OF HONOR. 

QUINOBEN LODGE, No. 438. 
Instituted Feb. 2, 1877. 

Meets second and fourth Monday evenings, at Masonic 
hall, Noyes block, Main street. 

W. H. Pevear, Dictator; A. H. A. Groeschner, Vice 
Dictator; Geo. F. Robinson, Reporter; Wm. E. Farwell, 
Financial Reporter; C. A. Gregg, Treas.; Cyrus H. 
Campbell, Chap.; John A, York, Guide; Alex Flanders, 
Guar.; B. Hoi brook, Sentinel. 



MISCELLANEOUS. 

HOLLINGSWORTH N & WHITNEY CO. 

Sumner Hollingsworth, Pres.; Charles A. Dean Vice- 
pres.; Edward B. Eaton, Treasurer. 

Store, 34, 36 and 38 Federal street, Boston, and 144 
Duane street, New York City. 
i 

UNION HORSE RAILWAY. 

Station, Main, near Cross street. Office, 3 Harvard 
square, Cambridge. 

Cars leave Watertown 5.55 a.m., and every 15 minutes, 
until 9.55 p.m. Leave Boston every 15 minutes, from 7 

A.M. tO 11 P.M. 

Sunday cars leave Watertown every half hour from 
7.25 a.m. to 9.55 p.m. Leave Boston every 30 Minutes, 
from 8.40 a.m. to 11 p.m. 

Trip each way is made in one hour and five minutes. 

WATERTOWN FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY. 

First floor of the Town Hall, Main street, corner Church. 
Organized 1868. 

TRUSTEES. 

Charles J. Barry, Chairman; Geo. N. Narch, Treas.; 
Joshua Coolidge, G. K. Snow, A. C. Stockin, Rev. Robert 
P. Stack. 

Solon F. Whitney, Librarian; Miss Jane Stock well, 
1st. Asst.; Miss M. Ella Sherman, 2d Asst. 

Open every day, except Sundays, from 3 in the after- 
noon till 6 o'clock, and in the evening, from 7 until 9 
o'clock. 

Number of books about 13,300 



288 



WATEKTOWN DIRECTORY. 



WATERTOWN POOR FARM. 

Orchard street. 
Zachariah Boody, Supt. Number of inmates, 14. 

WATERTOWN MUTUAL RELIEF ASSO- 
CIATION. 

Organized February 22d, 1880. 

M. Carroll, Pres.; C. D. Regan, Vice-pres.; John 
O'Brien, Treas.; M. W. Lyons, Corresponding Sec; M. 
B. Coligan, Financial Sec; M. E. Conroy, John Powers, 
J. B. Quinlan, J. E. Varley, T. F. Cusack, Directors. 

Place of meeting, the Hall formerly occupied by the 
Relief Fire Association. Meetings are held on the first 
Friday of each month. 



POST OFFICE. 

Barnard's block, 38 Main street. 

Samuel S. Gleason, Postmaster. 

Mails arrive 7.40 and 10 a.m., 12.30 and 6.10 p.m. 

Mails close 8.04 a.m., 1.10, 5.20 and 6.25 p.m. 

Mt. Auburn station, Mt. Auburn bridge. 

J. H. Flagg, Superintendent. 

Mails arrive 8.15 and 11.45 a.m., and 5.50 p.m. 

Mails depart same time as arrival. 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 



Abbot Nathan D., 
Abbott T. Grafton, 
Barry Chas. J., 
Bemis Isaac V., 
Derby Henry Clay, 
French Abner, 
Huckins David T., 



March George N., 
Noyes George L., 
Priest Geo. E., 
Stickney John K., 
Stone Charles W., 
Sullivan Jeremiah J., 
Wheeler Jesse F. 



NOTARIES PUBLIC. 

Abbott Samuel P., Wheeler Jesse F. 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS, 

1870 and 1880. 



BARNSTABLE COUNTY. 
1880. 

Barnstable 4,248 

Brewster 1,145 

Chatham 2,249 

Dennis 3,287 

Eastham 692 

Falmouth 2,430 

Harwich. , 3,260 

Mashpee 341 

Orleans 1,296 

Provincetown 4,341 

Sandwich 3,526 

Truro 1,029 

Wellfleet 1,840 

Yarmouth 2,156 

BERKSHIRE COUNTY. 

A.dams (1) 5,639 

Uford 348 

tfecket 1,122 

Cheshire 1,537 

Clarksburg 734 

Dalton 2,056 

Egremont 878 

Florida 459 

Great Barrington 4.540 

Hancock 649 

Hinsdale 1,789 

Lanesborough 1,289 

Lee... a,938 

Lenox 2,063 

Monterey 636 

Mount Washington 207 

New Ashford 211 

New Marlborough 1,963 

North Adams (2) 10,340 

Otis 785 

Peru 392 

Pittsfield 13,310 

Richmond 1,123 

Sandisfield 1,103 

Savoy 710 

Sheffield 2,208 

Stockbridge 2,361 

Tyringham 542 

Washington 453 

West Stockbridge 1,934 

Williamstown 3,400 

Windsor 644 

BRISTOL COUNTY. 

Acushnet 1,105 

Attleborough 1 1,105 

Berkley 927 

Dartmouth 3,455 



1870. 
4,793 
1,259 
2,411 
3,369 

668 
2,237 
3,080 

348 
1,323 
3,865 
3,694 
1,269 
2,135 
2,423 



12,090 

430 

1,346 

1,758 

686 

1,252 

931 

1,322 

4,320 

882 

1,695 

1,393 

3,866 

1,965 

653 

256 

208 

1,855 

960 

455 

11,112 

1,091 

1,482 

861 

2,535 

2,003 

557 

694 

1,924 

3,559 

686 



1,132 

6,769 

744 

3,367 



Dighton 1,804 

Easton 3,897 

Fairhaven 2,872 

FaU River 48,626 

Freetown 1,328 

Mansfield 2,765 

New Bedford 27,268 

Norton 1,736 

Raynham 1 ,685 

Rehoboth 1,864 

Seekonk 1,228 

Somerset 2,007 

Swanzey 1,356 

Taunton 21,145 

Westport 2,901 

DUKES COUNTY. 

Chilmark 486 

Cottage City (3) 672 

Edgartown(4) 1,294 

Gay Head 162 

Gosnold 154 

Tisbury 1,501 

ESSEX COUNTY. 

Amesbury (5) 3,341 

Andover 5,178 

Beverly 8,459 

Boxford 824 

Bradford 2,643 

Danvers 6,613 

Essex 1,664 

Georgetown 2,230 

Gloucester 19,288 

Groveland 2,228 

Hamilton 952 

Haverhill 18,478 

Ipswich 3,702 

Lawrence 39,068 

Lynn 38,376 

Lynnfield i 684 

Manchester 1,640 

Marblehead 7,285 

Merrimac (6) 2,237 

Methuen 4,363 

Middleton 1,000 

Nahant 792 

Newbury 1,570 

Newburyport 13,470 

North Andover 3.228 

Peabody 9,033 

Rockport 3,873 

Rowley 1,200 

Salem 27,317 

Salisbury. 4,108 

Saugus 2,624 



1,817 
3,668 
2,626 

26,766 
1,372 
2,432 

21,320 
1,821 
1,713 
1,895 
1,021 
1,776 
1,294 

18,629 
2,724 



476 

1,516 

160 

99 

1,536 



5,581 

4,873 

6,507 

847 

2,014 

5,600 

1,614 

2,088 

15,389 

1,776 

790 

13,092 

3,720 

28,921 

28,233 

818 

1,665 

7,703 

2,959 

1,010 

47-"> 

1,430 

12,956 
2,549 
7,343 
3,904 
1,157 

27,1 17 
3,776 
2.247 



290 



CENSUS OF MASSACHUSETTS. 



Swampscott 2,608 

Topsfield 1,182 

Wenham 884 

"West Newbury 1,989 

FRANKLIN COUNTY. 

Ashfield, 1,063 

Bernardston 848 

Buckland 1,736 

Charlemont 932 

Coleraine 1,769 

Conway... 1,772 

Deerfield 3,493 

Erving 868 

Gill 733 

Greenfield 3,908 

Hawley 591 

Heath 560 

Leverett 741 

Leyden 506 

Monroe < . . . 165 

Montague 4,919 

New Salem 866 

Northfield 1,603 

Orange 3,187 

Rowe 509 

Shelburne 1,615 

Shutesbury 549 

Sunderland 7-55 

Warwick 712 

Wendell 466 

Whately 1,124 

HAMPDEN COUNTY. 

Agawam 2,218 

Blandford 977 

Brimfield 1,205 

Chester , 1,480 

Chicopee 11,327 

Granville 1,216 

Hampden (7) 960 

Holland 301 

Holyoke 21,961 

Longmeadow 1,401 

Ludlow 1,526 

Monson. 3,760 

Montgomery 302 

Palmer 5,505 

Russell 819 

Southwick 1,097 

Springfield 33,536 

Tolland 452 

Wales 1,016 

Westfield 7,641 

West Springfield 4,144 

Wilbraham (8) 1,596 

HAMPSHIRE COUNTY. 

Amherst 4,252 

Belchertown 2,345 

Chesterfield 757 

Cummington 883 

Easthampton 4,316 

Enfield 1,043 

Goshen 322 



1,846 

1,213 

985 

2,006 



1,180 

848 

1,946 

1,005 

1,742 

1,460 

3,632 

579 

653 

3,589 

672 

613 

877 

518 

201 

2,224 

987 

1,720 

2,091 

581 

1,582 

614 

832 

769 

539 

1,068 



2,001 
1,026 
1,288 
1,253 
9,600 
1,293 

340 

10,763 

1,342 

1,136 

3,204 

318 
3,631 

635 

1,100, 

26,703 

509 

831 
6,519 
2,606 
2,330 



4.035 
2,428 

811 
1,037 
3,620 
1,024 

368 



Granby 754 

Greenwich 638 

Hadley 1,938 

Hatfield 1,519 

Huntington 1,235 

Middlefield 648 

Northampton 12,156 

Pelham 611 

Plainfield 457 

Prescott > 459 

South Hadley 3,537 

Southampton 1,032 

Ware 4,783 

Westhampton 562 

Williamsburg 2,340 

Worthington ^. . . 757 

MIDDLESEX COUNTY. 

Acton 1,799 

Arlington .. 4,112 

Ashby 889 

Ashland 2,381 

Ayer (9) 1,893 

Bedford 932 

Belmont.. 1,614 

Billerica 2,004 

Boxborough 319 

Burlington 712 

Cambridge 52,860 

Carlisle 479 

Chelmsford 2,509 

Concord 3,922 

Dracut 1,581 

Dunstable 443 

Everett 4,147 

Framingham 6,292 

Groton(lO) 1,863 

Holliston 3,160 

Hopkinton 4,571 

Hudson 3,748 

Lexington 2,458 

Lincoln 905 

Littleton 994 

Lowell 59,340 

Maiden 12,004 

Marlborough 10,141 

Maynard(ll) 2,295 

Medford 7,554 

Melrose 4,529 

Natick 8,565 

Newton 16,994 

North Reading 895 

Pepperell 2,347 

Reading 3,184 

Sherborn 1,382 

Shirley (12) 1,366 

Somerville 24,964 

Stoneham 4,889 

Stow (13) 1,047 

Sudbury (14) 1,178 

Tewksbury 2,162 

Townsend 1,965 

Tyngsborough 629 

Wakefield 5,547 

Waltham 11,800 



863 

665 

2,301 

1,594 

1,156 

728 

10,160 

673 

521 

541 

2,840 

1,159 

4,259 

587 

2,159 

860 



1,593 

3,261 

994 

2,186 



849 
1,513 
1,833 



CENSUS OP MASSACHUSETTS. 



291 



Watertown 5,431 4,326 

Wayland 1,933 1,240 

Westford 2,148 1,803 

Weston 1,448 1,261 

Wilmington 933 866 

Winchester 3,855 2,645 

Woburn 10,782 8,560 

NANTUCKET COUNTY. 

Nantucket 3,777 4,123 

NORFOLK COUNTY. 

Bellingham 1,259 1,282 

Braintree 3,834 3,948 

Brookline 8,074 6,650 

Canton 4,520 3,879 

Cohasset 2,182 2,130 

Dedham (15) 6,202 7,342 

Dover 658 645 

Foxborough 2,952 3,057 

Franklin 4,052 2,512 

Holbrook (16) 2,134 

Hyde Park 6,986 4,136, 

Medfield 1,366 1,142 

Medway 3,942 3,721 

Milton 3,191 2,683 

Needham 5,248 3,607 

Norfolk 930 1,081 

Norwood (17) 2,345 

Quincy 10,571 7,442 

Randolph (18) 4,022 5,642 

Sharon 1,442 1,508 

Stoughton , 4,869 4,914 

Walpole 2,526 2,137 

Weymouth 10,566 9,010 

Wrentham 2,481 2,292 

PLYMOUTH COUNTY. 

Abington(19) 3,723 9,308 

Bridgewater 3,615 3,660 

Brockton (20) 13,598 

Carver 1,039 1,092 

Duxbury . 2,195 2,341 

East Bridgewater , 2,713 3,017 

Halifax 540 619 

Hanover 1,896 1,628 

Hanson 1,308 1,219 

Hingham 4,482 4,422 

Hull 391 261 

Kingston 1,519 1,604 

Lakeville 1,008 1,159 

Marion 957 896 

Marshfield 1,784 1,659 

Mattapoisett 1,365 1,361 

Middleborough 5,164 4,687 

Pembroke 1,405 1,447 

Plymouth 7,148 6,238 

Plympton 725 804 

Rochester 1,043 1,024 

Rockland (21) 4,605 

Scituate 2,469 3,350 

South Abington (22) 2,969 

South Scituate 1,815 1,661 

Wareham 2.895 3,098 

West Bridgewater 1,663 1,803 



SUFFOLK COUNTY. 

Boston 363,938 250,526 

Chelsea 21,780 18,547 

Revere (23) 2,263 

Winthrop 1,043 852 

WORCESTER COUNTY. * 

Ashburnham 1,670 2,172 

Athol 4,303 3,517 

Auburn 1,304 1,178 

Barre 2,415 2,572 

Berlin 921 1,016 

Blackstone 4,937 5,421 

Bolton 902 1,014 

Boylston 839 800 

Brookfield 2,820 2,527 

Charleton 1,900 1,878 

Clinton 7,998 5,429 

Dana 733 758 

Douglass 2,238 2,182 

Dudley 2,730 2,388 

Fitchburg 12,270 11,260 

Gardner 4,943 3,333 

Grafton 4,026 4,594 

Hardwick 2,237 2,219 

Harvard 1,254 1,341 

Holden 2,492 2,062 

Hubbardston 1,385 1,645 

Lancaster 2,008 1,845 

Leicester 2,764 2,768 

Leominster 5,770 3,894 

Lunenburg 1,109 1,121 

Mendon 1,094 1,175 

Milford 9,310 9,890 

Millbury 4,730 4,397 

New Braintree 603 640 

Northbo rough 1,676 1,594 

Northbridge., 4,054 3,774 

North Brookfield 4,459 3,343 

Oakham 869 860 

Oxford 2,605 2,669 

Paxton 592 646 

Petersham 1,111 1,335 

Phillipston 624 693 

Princeton 1,100 1,279 

Royalston 1,118 1,354 

Rutland 1,058 1,024 

Shrewsbury 1,482 1,610 

Southborough 2,142 2,135 

Southbridge 6,461 5,208 

Spencer 7,460 3,952 

Sterling 1,421 1,670 

Sturbridge 2,062 2,101 

Sutton 3,155 2,699 

Templeton 2,789 2,802 

Upton 2,022 1,989 

Uxbridge 3,111 3,058 

Warren 3,890 2,625 

Webster 5,688 4,763 

Westborough 5,217 3,60 1 

West Boylston 2,978 2.862 

West Brookfield l&* W* 

Westminster 1.699 1.770 

Winchendon 3,721 3,898 

Worcester., 58,040 41,105 



292 



CENSUS OP MASSACHUSETTS. 



TOTALS. 



Barnstable 

Berkshire 

Bristol 3 

Dukes 

Essex 6 

Franklin 

Hampden 2 

Hampshire 

Middlesex 4 

Nantucket 

Norfolk . 

Plymouth 

Suffolk 2 

Worcester 2 

Total 19 



14 
32 

16 

6 
29 
26 
20 
23 
50 

1 
24 
27 

2 
56 

326 



a 

o 5 

r p 



14 
32 

19 

6 
35 
26 
22 
23 
54 

1 
24 
27 

4 
58 

341 



c! 

GO 
CO 

8f 

'. °° 

: s 
• j° 

31,840 
69,363 

139,074 
4,269 

244,161 
35,990 

104,440 
47,344 

317,901 

3,777 

96,352 

74,034 

389,024 

226,243 

1,783,812 






32,144 

68,270 

131,087 

4,071 

223,342 

33,696 

94,304 

44,821 

284,112 

3,201 

88,321 

69,362 

364,886 

210,295 

1,651,912 



250 

o2 



32,774 
64,827 

102,886 
3,787 

200,843 
32,635 
78,409 
44,388 

274,353 

4,123 

89,443 

65,365 

270,802 

192,716 

1,457,351 



(1) Town divided in 1878, See foot note to 
North Adams. 

(2) Set off from Adams and incorporated 
April 16, 1878. 

(3) Set off from Edgartown in February, 
18S0. 

(4) Town divided in February last. See foot 
note to Cottage City. 

(5) Town divided in 1876. See foot note to 
Merrimac. 

(6) Set off from Amesbury , and incorporated 
April 11, 1876. 

(7) Set off from Wilbraham, and incor- 
porated March 28, 1878. 

(8) Town divided in 1878. See foot note to 
Hampden. 

(9) Set off from Groton aud Shirley, and in- 
corporated February 14, 1871. 

(10) Town divided in 1871. See foot note to 
Ayer. 

(11) Set off from Stow and Sudbury, and in- 
corporated April 19, 1871. 

(12) Town divided in 1871. See foot note to 
Ayer. 

(13) Town divided in 1871. See foot note to 
Maynard. 



(14) Town divided in 1871. See foot note to 
Maynard. 

(15) Town divided in 1872. See foot note to 
Norwood. 

( 16) Set off from Randolph and incorporated 
February 29, 1872. 

(17) Set off from Dedham and Walpole, 
February 23, 1872. 

(18) Town divided in 1872. See foot note to 
Holbrook. 

(19) Town divided in 1874 and 1875. See 
foot notes to Rockland and South Abington. 

(20) Name changed from North Bridge water 
and incorporated March 28, 1874. Part of town 
annexed to South Abington and part of South 
Abington to Brockton, April 24, 1875. The 
population of North Bridgewater by census of 
1870 was 8,007. 

(21) Set off from Abington and incorporated 
March 9, 1874. 

(22) Set off from Abington and East Bridge- 
water and incorporated March 4, 1875. Other 
changes in 1874. See foot note to Brockton. 

(23) Name changed from North Chelsea by 
act of March 24, 1871. The population of North 
Chelsea in 1870 was 1197. 



STATE. 

AGGREGATES OF POLLS, PROPERTY, ETC., 1881. 

Total valuation $1,648,239,976 

Increase 63,483,174 

Total value of real estate 1,149,965,827 

Personal estate 948,274,149 

Increase 38,805,755 

Polls .469,207 

Increase , 16,104 

Tax on Polls , . 928,560 

Number of dwelling houses 280,563 

Number of acres assessed 4,487,769 



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NATHANIEL G. JPHINISTEY, Publisher. 



$h 2p¥im4ittg itt &U ii# 8m»c fc»0* 



296 ADVEKTISEMENTS. 



CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, 

-AND 

KITCHEN FURNISHING STORE, 

GEORGE T. FIEL, 

411 HVC^A-UsT STREET. 

GIBBS <@ CO.'S 




105 Arch, 

ISSSSES&x; {OFFICES} • <"■»""■ s "~'> 

BOSTON. -W^T-mTHA-WI. 

3BC 3E5„ 3F»3RL3nE3Si«X% 

DEALER IN 

Choice Family Groceries, Flour, Grain, 

CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE, 

NO. 353 MAIN STREET, - - WALTHAM. 

IE. ID. MOOR, 

CARPENTER & BUILDER. 

JOBBING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 

Alder St., near Moody, - WALTHAM, MASS. 



I 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



297 




RSTICKNEY&SON, 

Manufacturers of, and Dealers in, 

STOVES, 

FURNACES, RANGES, 

AND 

Kitchen Furnishing Goods. 

389 MAIN ST. 

WALTHAM, . . MASS. 

Rufus Stickney. Chas. H. Stickney. 



ANDERSON BROS., 

C arriage M anufacturers^ 

NEW AND SECOND-HAND CARRIAGES 

OF VARIOUS DESCRIPTIONS FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE. 

Milk, Grocer and Express Wagons of Various Sizes. 

CARRIAGE REPAIRING IN ALL THE DIFFERENT BRANCHES, 

Done in the Most Thorough Manner at Reasonable Prices. 



MAIN STREET, 

E. S. ANDERSON. 



WALTHAM, MASS. 



W. H. ANDERSON. 








■MANUFACTURER OF- 



STEAM ENGINES, 



-AND- 



SMALL LATHES. 

LEXINGTON ST., NEAR BEAVER, 

WALTHAM, IMIJLSS. 



298 



ADVKRTISEMFNTS. 




ULu "W- 2v£-^:E3TT:LT, 





RESIDENCE: 



Cor.Lowell & Chestnut Sts., 

WALTHAI, MASS. 

All work done in a neat and 
satisfactory manner. 




G. H. TROF1TTEE, 

Steam & Gas Fitter 




^ PLUMBING, ETC. 

^&. ' Also, Agent for 

W Moore's Sanitary Water Closet. 
-% M Sflcierfl' s Bit, Moofly St., 

-J <9>H WALTHAM. 



4= j& 



Particular attention given to 
drainage and ventilation. 



ADVERTISEMEHTS. 



299 



WALTHAM HEAL ESTATE AGENCY. 



Estates Sold, Exchanged, Rented, Mortgages Negotiated. 

OFFICE, WKITFORJD BUILDING, KOOM 3, 

361 Main Street, WALTHAM, MASS. 



E. A. HARRINGTON. 



CHAS. F. PARKS 



RAND a DUTCH, 

DEALERS IN 

BEEF, PORK, VEAL, 

Lamb, Poultry, Hams, 
TRIPE, TONGUES, LARD, 

Fruit and Vegetables. 

Lexington, near Main St., WALTHAM 

CROSBY INVALID BEDSTEAD, 





-IT-ort SALE BY 



WM. GOODNOW <fc SON, 

^TjLirLit-ULxe IDesilers, 

WALTHAM, MASS. 



300 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



WALTHAM WATCH TOOL CO., 

Manufacturers of 

WATCHMAKERS' TOOLS. 

PUNCHES AMD DIES A SPECIALTY. 

Corner Moodj and Gushing Streets, - WALTHAM, MASS. 
0T. 33T. KILBURN, 

lilil All BUI PAIN* IRQ. 

All Work done in the Best Manner. 
Residence, Hijh Street, near Newton Street, - - - WALTHAM, MASS. 
_JH5- I4. IOC -A. IMC T-. I 1ST , 

SURGEON PEifSST, 

WHITFORD'S) BUBLDINR, 

381 Main St. (Room 1, up-stairs), Waltham. 



W§T~G-as and Ether used for Extracting Teeth.^££& 

r\ E. HOETH, 

HOTOGftlPHEB* 

MAIN ST., Next to Bank Building, - - WALTHAM, MASS. 





JTOHKT STARK, 

MANUFACTURER OF THE 

AMIGMCAN €@(1@!»T!)@)!N] L^TIC 



For "Watchmakers' and Manufacturers' "Use. 

ALSO, MANUFACTURER OF 

"W A. T O KC 3VE ^3L X3L 3E3 JRL ST TOOXaS. 

Moody Street, near Chestnut, - WALTHAM, MASS. 



WATCHMAKER & OPTICIAN, 

NO. 1 EAGLE BLOCK, - WALTHAM. 



REPAIRING AND ADJUSTING Fine American Watches a Specialty, \ 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 301 



WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN 

Ml Slat! ©i Flala aa& Faae? 

CRACKERS, CAKES, 4c, 

ALSO, AGENT FOR 

Pearson's Pilot Bread and Cream Biscuits. 

2®~COCOANUT CAKES AND MACAROONS A SPECIALTY. 

Small cans put up for family use at short notice. All orders by mail promptly 
filled and delivered. 

82 MOODY STREET, WALTHAM. 

P. O. Box, 832. 

3VtOl»j3L3FtIL.-A.3>JID cfc CO., 

DEALERS IN 

Provisions, Beef, Pork, Lard, Hams, Sausages, Tripe, 

FRUITS AND VEGETABLES. 

Dirts Block, Moody Street, - - Waltham, Mass. 

liAJSTE &c POOLE, ~ ~ 



AND DEALERS IN 

PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, PUTTY, VARNISHES, &c. 
No. 12 Elm Street, WALTHAM. 

FRANK W. LANE. CHARLES A. POOLE. 

JOHN H. WHELOZVJ 

Painter, Glazier and Paper-Hanger. 

DEALER IN 

PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, PAPER-HANGINGS, &e. 

CORNER MAIN AND SPRING STREETS, - WALTHAM. 



W4MFU4M a>T.35 StOtXSS, 

Ollioe, © Oliixroli Street, 

DYERS AND SCOURERS, 

Ladies' and Gents' Goods Cleansed, Dyed and Pressed to look equal to new. 

F. A. WILSON & CO., Props., WALTHAM, MASS. 



302 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



Boston Manufacturing Co. 

RIVER STREET, NEAR MOODY. 



COMMENCED BUSINESS 1812, 



Capital Stock, . . $800,000. 

M. U. ADAMS, Resident Agent. 

EDMUND DWIGHT, Treasurer, 60 STATE STREET, DOSTON. 

WHEELWRIGHT, ANDERSON & CO., I 

Selling Agents, 

70 ZFZE^AIKTKILIIfcT STREET, BOSTON. 

GOODS MADE 

Cotton C loth & Hosiery I 

WM1I1 IUMK1Y lil if i W0ML9, I 

River Street, opp. "Willow. 
CHARLES H. MANN, Agent. 

EDMUND DWIGHT, Treasurer, 60 Stale Street, BOSTON. 

MRS. GEORGIA A.WARREN, 

3 Central Block, 

WALTHAM, MASS. i 




Pianos and Organs, 



Household and New Home Sewing Machines 

For Sale and to Rent. Terms Cash, or on the Installment plan • 

Agent for Butterick's Patterns. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 303 



F. M. STONE, President. JOS. F. GIBBS, Cashier. 

Waltham National Bank, 

Main, corner Lexington Street, 



Capital, $150,000. Surplus $50,000 

DIRECTORS. 

F.M.STONE, W.W.CLARK, JOSIAH BEARD, 

WM, FOSTER, CHAS. W. FOGG, RUFUS WARREN, 
H.L.HOVEY, H.B.BRAMAN, FRANCIS BUTTRICK. 

33ACTXSL ZZOUH.S, 8.30 to 2.30. 

in wSflil iilili; 

THE BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM IN WALTHAM. 

Contains all the Local News. ZZI 



PUBLISHED FRIDAYS. 

B. i. BARMY, Proprietor. 



Special attention paid to every variety of 

JOB 3E». 3E1. X 3NP V X 3NT 0> • 

Office, 244 Main Street, WALTHAM. 

W. L. FISHER & GO., 

DEALERS IN 

Newspapers, Periodicals, Fancy Goods, 

SCHOOL BOOKS, S'VJL.TXOlST^l-R-T, &C, 

Comer of Main and Church Sts., - WALTHAM. 



304 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST. 





MEDALS AND DIPLOMAS 
AWARDED BY THE 

MECHANICS CHARITABLE 

ASSOCIATION, 

1874 and 1881 to 

BBOS., 



-FOR THE 



WALTHAM MILK WAGON, 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

FIRST-CLASS PEDLARS' EXPRESS & GROCERS' WAGONS. 

Carriage Repairing in All Branches Carefully and Promptly Performed at Reasonable Prices. 
Signs.— Every variety of Sign and Ornamental Painting designed and executed with Dispatch. 

COR. HARVARD & CHARLES STS., WALTHAM. 



GEO. A. FLAGG. 



WM. H. FLAGG. 




WALTHAM & BOSTON EXPRESS. 

OFFICE©: 

15 and 26 Devonshire, 174 Washington, 75 Kilby, 77 Kingston 

Sts., 33 Court Sq., and 7 Merchants' Row, BOSTON. 
7 Lexington, and 14 Spruce Streets, WALTHAM, MASS. 

LEAVE BOSTON: 11 A.M., 2.30 and 5.30 p.m. 
LEAVE WALTHAM: 7.15 and 9.30 a.m., and 1.00 P.M. 






ADVERTISEMENTS. 



305 




Harness Maker, 



-AND DEALER IN- 



ROBES, BLANKETS, WHIPS, 
COMBS, BRUSHES, ETC. 

281 Main St,, Waltham, Mass. 

HARNESSES, TRUNKS, ETC., REPAIRED. 



JOHN A. GREEN, 

(SUCCESSOR TO PENNELL 6 HAWLET,) 

Moody, n. Crescent St., Waltham, Mass. 

horseshoeing, 

Jobbing and Machine Forging. 

Particular attention given to all diseases of 
Horses* Feet. Agent for Well's Patent Rubber 
Horse Shoe Pad. 




EL iiTWOOD TX3-, 



Mr 



JOBBING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. 

PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS FURNISHED IF DESIRED. 
MOODY, near Brown , WALTHAM, MASS. 

JOHN G. MILLER, 

Jobbing Promptly Attended To. 

MAIN, OPP. LINDEN" STREET, 

Near Beaver Brook Station 9 

WALTHAM, MASS. 



306 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



CAENEY & SON, 

DEALERS IN 




YARD, 

Calvary St., Chemistry, 

WALTHAM, MASS. 



J±TMLA.S&JSl. TXJCISLESr^. 



(Successor to J. D. Pierce & Co.), 



CABINET WORK, 

TURNING, STRAIGHT AND JIG SAWING. 

Picture Frames to order. Door and Window Screens a Specialty. Also, Furni- 
ture Repairing and Jobbing. Inside Carpentering of all kinds. Also, 
Watchmakers' Benches. Also, Repairing of Belting. 

Dix's Block, 4$ Moody St., - WALTHAM, MASS. 

R, IKE. G-IIaZi, 





DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF 




f> 



QUINCY, R0CKP0RT, CONCORD, &c, p 

Newton St., opp. Pine, Waltham, Mass. '£ 




C^-HTsTiniT I3IOE 




DEALER IN 



BEEF, PORK, 

BUTTER, EGGS j 

Fruit, Vegetables, &c. 

No. 1 Lexington St., near Main, 

WALTHAM, MASS. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



307 



A_. HIGG-INS, 

(Successor to Wood & Wellington), Dealer in 





FRUITS 

AND 

Vegetables. 

No. 4 

ELM STEEET, 

WALTHAM. 



P.H.GRAVES&SON, 



DEALERS IN 




BEDDLNG 

AND 



WAREROOMS, 

Exchange Hall, 

Opp. the Orthodox Church. 

MAIN STREET, 

WALTHAM, MASS. 




^v^TS $0}i ©odTof{, 

Cures All Diseases with Roots and Herbs. Manufac- 
turer of Blood Purifier, for sale only at his office, 

Room 21, CENTRAL BLOCK, WALTHAM, MASS. 

All Cases of CATARRH can be cured by him. 

j!am5Es :o. WOODWARD, 

.-»»» APOTHKCAEY 

AND DEALER IN 

iToilet Articles, Fancy Goods and Cigars. 

MAIN STREET, WATERTOTVN. 




308 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



DAVIS & FARNUM MNFfr CO., 



MANUFACTURERS OF- 



6AS 4 WATER PIP 

AND 

GAS AND WATER MACHINERY 

Of the Most Approved Pattern. 

ALSO, GAS HOLDERS AND IRON ROOFING. 

Orders from Gas and Water Companies Promptly Attended To. 

WORKS -A.T -W^ILjTIHI^IM:, MASS., 

NEAR THE BLEACMERT STATION, 

OFFICE, 228 WASHINGTON STREET, . BOSTON. 

J. R. FARNUM, Treas. 



OFFICE HOURS 11 to 1. 






M0YEM 



9 



-AND- 




1 




RESIDENCE : 

0pp. Prospect House, Main St. 

TELEPHONE AT RESIDENCE. 

WALTHAM, MASS. 

P. O. BOX 277. 



BOSTON & WALTHAM CLOTHING CO., 



-DEALERS IN- 



READY-MADE CLOTHING, 

Hats, Caps and Gents' Fnrnishings. 

No. 2 EAGLE BLOCK, MAIN ST., 

WALTHAM, MASS. 

W. O. BROWN, ... Munager. 

BOSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY, 

PUBLISHED ANNUALLY BY 

W. A. GREENOUGH & CO., - - No. 31 Milk Street, BOSTON, MASS. 




ADVERTISEMENTS. 



309 



O- "W\ MoWAIN, 




-DEALER IN- 



Cigars, Totaco 



No. 2 Humford Building, 
WALTHAKLMASS. 




C0WCBBTBPMYB 

All Work Done in the Best Manner. 

School, opp. Grant Street, . WALTHAM, MASS 

HISS KAt $ 



Manufacturer and Dealer in 



Cake, Pastry, Ice Cream 

AND 

CONFECTIONERY. 

Orders attended to with promptness 

and at short notice. 

Music Hall Block, Elm, Street, 

WAJLTHAM. 




GEOBG-E H. TAKLTOK 



WatdunI 



Je 



-DEALER IN- 



WATCHES, «^^^^^Sfc7^^^^ SPECTACLES ' 

JEWELRY, ^^g=gp'^ e5 ^^^^X EYE GLASSES. 

Barnard's Block, 26 Main Street, . . WATERTOWN, MASS. 
Repairing of Fine Watches and French Clocks a Specialty. 



310 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



m \t in iwilif iiPiiii 

Published every Wednesday- 
Office, Barnard's Block, 38 Main Street, 

Terms, .... Sl.50 per year. 
S. S. GHLdSASOIV, Publisher. 

GLEASON & CO., 

Auction Room,, Main, cor. Galen Street, 

WATERTOWN. 

Auction Sale of Miscellaneous Goods, at Auction Boom, every 
Saturday evening-. 

Concrete Paving and Gravel Roofing. 

RESIDENCE, COR. IRVING AND GARNET ST., 

WATERTOWN, MASS. 

ALEXANDER GREGG, 

Funeral and Furnishing Undertaker. 

CASKETS, COFFINS AND ROBES 

Constantly on hand, and furnished at short notice* 

WAREROOM, 15 GALEN STREET, WATERTOWN. 

Every article necessary for the burial of the dead, all of which will be furnished at the lowest 
possible prices. Also, Superintendent of Cemeteries. 

Residence, Riverside Place, Watertown. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 311 



nesi8 warns* 

iter and Builder, 

ling* Promptly Attended to. 





SHOP ON CHURCH ST.. 



Opp. Engine House, 

WATERTOWN, MASS. 



K,I*V"EK,SZnDB OOITSEE/VATOBIBS, 
Coolidgre Avenue, near Mount Auburn, 

CHOICE SELECTION OF GREENHOUSE PLANTS, 

Bridal and Funeral Flowers, Etc., at Short Notice. 
I- T*7\ PHTEHiil£, 

DRY AND FANCY GOODS, 

Ladies 9 and Gents 9 

FURNISHING GOODS, 



Double Store, Barnard's Blk., Watertown, Mass. 

LOWEST BOSTON PRICES EVERY TIME. 

PROVISION DEALERS 

Otis Bx-oss. Block., IVE^irx St., 

WATERTOWN, MASS. 

Meats of all kinds, Poultry, Game, Vegetables, Butter, Eggs, 

And all other articles usually found in a first-class Provision Store, 
constantly on hand. 

POTATOES AT WHOLESALE A1VI> RETAIL. 

All goods purchased at bottom prices, and sold at a small margin. 
SO 



312 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



W. EL PERKINS, 

DEALER IN 

FLOUR, GRAIN, HAY, 




-AND- 



& *x? 3Ft a ^vsr * 

Main, opp. Mt. Auburn Street, 
WATERTOWN, MASS. 

W. A- GREENOUGH & CO., 

31 Milk Street, Room 39, 

Publishes the following City Maps: 

Cambridge Map, 50 cents. New Bedford Map, 50 cents. 

Concord Map, 50 cents. Portsmouth Map, 50 cents. 

Bangor Map, 50 cents. Somerville Map, 50 cents. 

Brockton Map, 50 cents. Portland Map, 50 cents. 

Boston and Watertown Clothing House 

F. A. BROWN, Manager, 

GENTS' FINE FURNISHERS, 

Hats, Gaps, EStc, 

Dana Block, 43 Main St., WATERTOWN, MASS. 

HOWES CASH STORK, 

McMaster's Block, Main St., WATERTOWN, MASS. 



-DEALER IN- 



MEN'S, WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S BOOTS AND SHOES, 

Clothing and Furnishing Goods, 

Hats, Caps, Gloves, Socks, Umbrellas and Suspenders, with everything usually 

kept in a First- Class Furnishing Goods Store, at 

Lowest Cash Prices every time. 

NO TRUST WHATEVER. 

Agent for Pequasette Family Laundry. 






ADVERTISEMENTS. 313 



DENNISON MANUFACTURING CO., 

MANUFACTURERS OF 




STATIONERS' SPECIALTIES. 

DEKNIM'S TOURISTS' TIM FOR TRAVELERS. 

Strati.© ii -'» Gummed Labeh, and nnnimed Paper of all colors; I>egal 
and Notarial .Seal* ; Folding and Fancy Tickets; Mentzel's Pat- 
ent Suspension Kings; The Star Copying Pads, De unison's 
Game Counters; Wedding Cake Boxes ; Visiting 
and Playing Card Cases, JGtc, Ftc. 

DENNISON'S TARGETS FOR RIFLE PRACTICE. 

Phillips' Hook and Clasp Tags; Kimball's Self-Fastening Tickets; 
Postal Envelopes, McOill's Paper Fasteners at Manufactu- 
rers discounts; Dickinson's Rubber Bands, Etc. 

SEALING WAX MAKERS. 

TISSUE JPA.PJEJRTS. 

Proprietors "Globe" and Centennial Prize " Excelsior," and Importers of 

English Grass Bleached and Colored Tissue Papers, 

from the celebrated 39 Mill. 

Proprietors of "SILVER WHITE," Best Article for Polishing Silver, 

And Miller's "JEWELRY CLEANING CASKET" and "SILVER WHITE CASKET. 

JEWELERS' BOXES, 

Jewelers' Cards, Pink and White Cotton, Fine Twines, etc., tc. 

DRUGGISTS' BOXES, 

Apothecaries' Powder and Counter Papers : Dennison's Shaving Papers. 

DENNISON'S ABSORBENT COTTON, 

For Dental and Surgical Purposes. 

CARD BOARD MAKERS. 

ALL OF OUR GOODS ARE FOR SALE BY DEALERS EVERYWHERE, 

AND by 

Dennison Mnfg. Co., 

21 Milk Street, Boston, 155 Dearborn Street, Chicago. 

198 Broadway, New York, 143 Walnut St., Cincinnati, 

630 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, 414 Third St., St. Louis. 



314 ADVERTISEMENTS. 



C-A-lvCBIKIXDa-E 

Mutual Fi re Ins urance Co. 

TJSTCOttJPOttJ^TJElJD 1833. 



Home Office, No. 555 Main St., Cambridgeport, Mass. 

Insures Dwelling Houses and their Contents, in Massachusetts. 

5© per cent Return Dividend on live year Policies at Expiration. 






STATEMENT OCTOBER 1, 1883. 

Amount at Risk, $5,395,000.00 

CASH A.SSETS. 

Cash and Securities, . T . . . 128,192.33 
Deposit Notes in Force, .... 157,172.58 

Total, 285.364^91 

Liabilities (Re-insurance Fund), . . 39,390.00 

JOSIAE W. COOK, Pres. ALFRED L. BARBOUR, Sec. 

D. F. VILES, Agent for Waltham. 

W. H. INGRAHAM, Agent for Watertown. 

$f(¥i£¥id f)s{dof^T'ioK£ 

in 

Paper -Hangings, Window Shades, 

UPHOLSTEEY GOODS, ETC., 

AT 

OOBSE & SMITH'S, 
181 Washington Street, - - - BOSTON. 

CEAPTS <2Z CO., 

DEALERS IN 

DRUGS, MEDICINES, 

Paints and Oil, Varnishes, Colors, 

Window Glass, Brushes, Putty, Sperm, Lard, Neats Foot and Other Oils, 

PATENT MEDICINES, ETC., ETC., 

No. 148 Commercial Street, Boston. 

E. Crafts Jr. H. G, Nelson. 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



315 



ESTABLISHED 1831. 



CAPITAL, $1,500,000. 



PHILIP L. MOEN, CHAS. P. WASHBURN, CHAS. H. MORGAN, 

President & Treasurer. Vice-President & Secretary. General Ma n a g er 

WASHBURN & MOEN MANUFACTURING CO., 

WORCESTER, MASS. 




GROVE STREET WORlyS, WORCESTER, MASS. 

And Manufacturers of Iron and Steel Wire of every description. 



PATENT STEEL 
BARB FENCING. 



Proof Against 

FIRE, WIND, 

And Flood. 




THE BEST 

FENCE MATERIAL 

IjV use. 



CHEAP, 

STRONG, 

DURABLE. 



Iron and Steel Telegraph and Telephone Wire. 

Patent Steel Wire Bale Ties, Pump Chains, Chain Wire, Steel 
Wire for Springs, Needles, and Drills. 

Send for Price TAsts, Circulars and Descriptive Pamphlets on our Specialties. 



NEW YORK WAREHOUSE. 

16 Cliff Street. 



CHICAGO WAREHOUSE 

10? A 109 lake St. 



316 



ADVERTISEMENTS. 



THE AMERICAN 

Iron PostM Construction Go. 

OFFICE, !M MTT.K STREET, BOSTON. 




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